Wednesday, September 23, 2009

A Forensic Science Panel & a Book Fair-- Stop by and say hello!

I've got two public appearances coming up soon -- more to come in October and November!

Tuesday, September 29, 11:45 AM-2:30 PM
California Forensic Science Institute Forum
"Challenges Facing Forensic Science"
Hertzberg-Davis Forensic Science Center
Los Angeles Regional Crime Laboratory
William T Fujikoka Room
1800 Paseo Rancho Castilla
Los Angeles CA 90032
Call CFSI for more information at (323) 343-4877

Sunday, October 4
West Hollywood Park
647 N. San Vicente Blvd

Noon - Crossover/Supernatural/Mystery Panel (which probably has a better name by now, but this is the only one I've been given) in the Fiction Pavilion

2:30 PM Sisters in Crime: How Far Have We Come?
in the Mystery & Suspense Pavilion

There will be signings after each panel, and at 4 PM I'll also be signing at the Sisters in Crime booth.

Coming soon: appearances in Orange County, CA; Nashville, Tennessee; San Jose, CA; Muskego, Wisconsin; and Fallbrook, CA. See my Web site's Schedule page for more info!


Victoria: said...

Which book starts your series? The order of your books is listed different between your official page and one of the books. I don't want to start on a book I believe to be the beginning when it turns out to be the end to the series.

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to thank you again for your offer of a ride home. I really do appreciate it.
Also, please forgive any screwups with this, I just got a monitor that I can sort of use and therefore missed learning how to use all this stuff when it was OK to be learning it, unlike now, when everyone is supposed to have somehow sucked up all this info by osmosis.
Even with a 42" monitor ( TV )I have to sit inches away from it and wear glasses that make my head want to explode, so I don't get a lot of practice.
But, I wanted to let you know that I made it home OK, and to thank you for being so kind.
It may not seem like a big deal, but, not being able to just hop in a car and go where and when I want has taken some getting used to.
And when someone offers to take me anywhere ( of their own free will ! )it kinda leaves at a loss. I tend to forget that there are people out there who are actually NICE, thank you for being one of those people.
Now I just hope that I can figure out how to send this thing.
Thank you again,
Terry Coakley