A Zoom Panel discussion brought to you by Mystery Writers of America NorCal Chapter
Paranormal: not scientifically explainable
There seems to be a never-ending fascination with the paranormal. What is the enduring appeal of that which defies explanation? Join us, on Zoom, to enter the world of the supernatural – our own metaphysical romp into the otherworldly. This is sure to be a fun panel!
This event will take place on October the 30th, starting at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time
• Margaret Dumas writes books about smart, funny women who are trying to figure things out in the San Francisco Bay Area. Occasionally they fall in love. Occasionally they solve a murder.
• Melissa Bourbon is the national bestselling author of more than twenty-five mystery books, including the Book Magic mysteries, the Lola Cruz Mysteries, A Magical Dressmaking Mystery series, and the Bread Shop Mysteries, written as Winnie Archer.
• Nancy Cole Silverman. In addition to short stories, Silverman has two series with Henery Press, The Carol Childs Mysteries, a single-mom whose day-job as a radio reporter leads to long nights as a crime-solver, and the Misty Dawn Mysteries, aging Hollywood Psychic to the Stars supplements her readings by assisting the LAPD and the FBI.
• Steven Hockensmith has a background in entertainment journalism. His first novel, the Sherlockian mystery/Western Holmes on the Range, was a finalist for Edgar, Anthony, Shamus and Dilys Awards.
• Margaret Lucke flings words around San Francisco, as a writer, editor, teacher of writing classes, and writing coach. She is fascinated by the power of stories and the magic of creativity.
• Maggie Toussaint is published in mystery and romance genres as Maggie Toussaint and in science fiction as Rigel Carson. She's a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.