The Idaho Writers Guild, writers working for writers, meets the third Tuesday of every month (excluding November and December). The Literary Lunches are open to the public. The fee (which includes lunch) is $20 for members of the Idaho Writers Guild and $25 for non-members. For more information about the IWG Literary Lunch, go to www.idahowritersguild.com, contact Merilee Marsh, 208-921-5328, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenter: Louise Berlin
Topic: What the Heck Are You Writing? Case Studies on Genre Straddling, Blending, and Hopping
An escapee from California, IWG member Louise Berlin earned
masters’ degrees in history (UCLA) and broadcasting (San Francisco State
University) and worked in the public relations/ marketing fields for umpteen
years before turning to fiction.
As A.B. Michaels she has written five historical novels in the series The Golden City, and is finishing up The Jade Hunters for her contemporary romantic suspense series, “Sinner’s Grove.” She enjoys puppies and long walks on the beach, and—wait, wrong bio! She’s actually been married for more than thirty years to a wonderful man who helps tremendously with her book marketing and keeps her Squirrel! tendencies under reasonable control.
Join us at the Riverside from 11:30 to 1 pm, Tuesday, February 19.