Appearances/Events

An up to date list of 2019 events is available on my website, which now houses my blog! Head over to www.candacerobbbooks.com

11 April, Thursday, 7:-8:30 pm–I have the honor and delight of interviewing Mary Daheim on the occasion of the publication of A Case of Bier, her 68th book!!!! Sponsored by Puget Sound Sisters in Crime & Third Place Books
Third Place Books–Lake Forest Park

27 April, Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm, Heroes, Villains, and Victims: The Eternal Triangle, a workshop featuring Nancy Martin in the morning, and, in the afternoon, a panel with Candace Robb, Curt Colbert, & Ingrid Toft talking about how we create our heroes, villains, and victims. Information and a link for registration here.
Scene of the crime: Phinney Neighborhood Center, Seattle

UK events in May–I look forward to seeing you!

16 May, Thursday, 7:30-9:00 pm, I’ll be at the Leeds Library, Commercial St., Leeds, in conversation with Chris Nickson and Sara Porter (editor, Severn House)

18 May, Saturday, 2:00-3:00 pm, I’ll be giving a talk at Pontefract Castle: Kings, Wolves, & Coroners (£3–tickets  here) More details here. I look forward to seeing you!

21 May, Tuesday, 6:00-8:00 pm, I’ll be in York! De Grey Lecture Theatre, York St. John University, in conversation with Chris Nickson and Kate Lyall Grant (publisher, Severn House)

17 August 2019, Saturday, noon-1:00pm  Come chat with me while I sign copies of A Conspiracy of Wolves (and many other books!) at the wonderful Edmonds Bookshop
(111 Fifth Ave South   Edmonds, WA 98020) 
Make a day of it and explore this beautiful town on the Sound!

 

 

5 thoughts on “Appearances/Events”

  1. Mary Morse said:

    Hi Emma–I finally got around to reading your blog. It’s wonderful–full of lively an intriguing research tidbits. I’ve bookmarked it. Maybe I can get Sus and Heidi to your SF events. Then you finally can meet my lovely girls. Summer in Duluth is very relaxing. I hope you’re getting a little break too! Here’s to Alice! Mary

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  2. Hey, Mary–Thanks for the feedback! Hah–a break? I wish…. I’m so glad you’re having one.

    It would be such fun to meet Sus and Heidi. I’ll email you with more details. Emma

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  3. peg rider said:

    When will you return to Owen Archer?

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  4. Hi Candace – It’s a long time since I cried at the death of a character, but I did at Thoresby’s death in Vigil of Spies. As a writer of crime fantasy set in an alternate Tudor history, your skill in drawing me in and making me live the story speaks for itself. I discovered Lucie and Owen a long time ago and, as I live relatively close to York, their stories have always held that extra dimension. More Owen Archer and soon. Please??

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