We're writers, readers, and fans of all things fictionally mysterious, the Triangle chapter of Sisters in Crime, an international non-profit formed over 30 years ago to support women mystery writers. We meet monthly, 1:30 on the second Saturday at Durham South Regional Library, with great speakers on the craft, business, and subject matter of writing mysteries. Men are welcome to join our chapter. Member dues are $18/year but first you have to join SinC for $50. Other benefits include workshop discounts, social meetings, members-only field trips, networking and support for published and pre-published writers. See more about who we are at http://www.trianglesinc.com .
Getting the legal details right in your next novel could make the difference between a winning novel and jury of your readers finding the plot guilty of falling flat. Join Triangle Sisters in Crime on Saturday, December 12 at 1:30pm to hear Vernon Glenn, a lawyer with decades of experience, and author of two mystery/thrillers as he takes you through tips on how to write effectively about legal proceedings. He will talk about his books, his law experience, and answer legal questions so we can get them right in our books.
If you are contemplating adding a touch of backroom legal antics or courtroom drama to your next book, it would be criminal for you to miss this one!
Legal Q&A with Vernon Glenn
Saturday, December 12th
1:30PM – 2:30PM
Meeting via Zoom
About E. Vernon F. Glenn
E. Vernon F. Glenn is a native Tar Heel, practicing litigator and author. He has testified before congress, handicapped football and basketball games, and traveled all about the globe. However, he finds most of his writing inspiration from his time in the courtroom. His debut book, Friday Calls, is a thriller that takes place in Winston-Salem, NC, based on true crime experiences Vernon has had throughout his life and career. He is currently preparing for the 2021 release of Friday Calls' successor novel, You Have Your Way.