Kaye George came to the Austin Mystery Writers meeting last week. We plotted several outrages, but to know what they are, you’ll have to read Gale Albright’s post.
By Gale Albright
It’s been a treat to see Kaye George again.
She flew into town last week to visit grown children and to see us of course, her Austin Mystery Writers “branch” of the family.
We met at our BookPeople haunt last Thursday to hug and laugh and talk about many things, most of them involving writing. And a lot of other stuff.
I first met Kaye George several years ago through Kathy Waller, who had just joined Austin Mystery Writers. Kathy asked Kaye, who was the head poohbah, if I could join as well. It was a critique group with several members. But, as is often the case with critique groups, members faded away for various reasons, and at one point the group consisted of Kathy, Kaye, and me.
I remember the vicarious thrill I felt when Kaye’s mystery novel, Choke, received a publishing contract. After ten…
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