WordWrites Guild and the Lawrenceburg Public Library are pleased to announce that Cincinnati mystery writer, Dan Andriacco, author of the Sebastian McCabe–Jeff Cody mystery series, is the featured presenter in their continuing Conversations with Writers series.  Dan will discuss “What Writers Can Learn from Sherlock Holmes” at 6:30 PM on Thursday, July 11 in the Depot Room of the Lawrenceburg Public Library, 150 Mary Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana.

Dan will be able to draw from his experiences of 24 years with the Cincinnati Post, from writing several non-fiction works about Sherlock Holmes and on media vs. religion, and of course his experience writing four mystery fiction books to provide an interesting presentation of benefit to both readers and writers.   Dan will answer questions following the presentation and will be available to sign his books, which will also be available for purchase.  You can follow Dan on his website www.danandriacco.com, on Facebook http\\www.facebook.com/DanAndriaccoMysteries, or on Twitter @DanAndriacco.

Lawrenceburg Public Library District has partnered with WordWrites Guild as part of their mutual commitment to lifelong learning and community involvement. By co-hosting the Conversations with Authors series, LPL and WWG invite the public to learn from and talk with local writers in a in a comfortable and interactive setting.

WordWrites Guild is a free non-profit writers’ group based in Southeastern Indiana, open to writers of all genres and skill levels. Their twice monthly meetings provide support, respectful critiques, writing exercises, and encourage group discussions ranging from the art of language to the challenges associated with publication. They also provide the camaraderie that comes from a gathering of people who share a passion for the written word.

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