The restless Spring approaches and so does our March meeting.
Good Samaritan Village in the Creative Arts Room, 3011 Buena Vida Circle. Enter through the main administrative building entrance (parking is to the east of the building) and turn left in the first hallway to reach the room.
1:30-3:30 pm March 9th, 2023
Executive staff will meet 30 minutes early
Welcome new members
Report on finances/membership
George Pintar will discuss writing query letters to publishers!
If you are in The Big Apple on April 1st, check out Las Cruces Writers’ own Lisa Lucca at Theatre 71 for the Listen To Your Mother grassroots storytelling trip! Here’s the info:
Check out Fenton Kay‘s newest book in his Carol Montgomery Mystery series. Now available on Amazon.
Here’s the synopsis:
La Llorona Park is dedicated to the legend of the wailing woman. According to the legend, the apparition wanders along rivers, streams, and ponds, wailing, crying, and looking for her drowned children. A young woman is found dead in the Rio Grande in her white wedding dress at the edge of La Llorona Park. The dead woman’s fiancé had disappeared minutes before their wedding. Walkers and lovers in La Llorona Park at night are accosted by a wailing wraith wearing a white dress.
Carol Montgomery’s engineer-in-training, Roger McPherson, and Carol want to know why the old adobe beside the park has an antenna on the roof and is so clean inside. Is that connected somehow to the wraith? Detective Xochitl Sanchez is assigned to unravel the death of the young woman who died from an antidepressant overdose? Carol and Xochitl are brought together as each tries to decipher what is happening at La Llorona Park. Is there a connection between La Llorona, the wraith, and the dead women in the river? The women are unsuccessfully attacked by masked thugs, and Carol is shot at by a pair of hired killers.