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On Saturday, August 15, 2015, the SCBWI Midsouth Louisville Agents Day was held at the Clifton Center, 2117 Payne Street, Louisville, KY. About 35 writers from states as far away as Maryland met with three literary agents. I had  a great time, learned a lot, and met 3 agents and met several writers for the first time.

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Registration for the new Louisville Agents’ Day is now HALF FULL! Novelists, if you haven’t yet checked out this event, please do so asap: https://midsouth.scbwi.org/events/2015-agent-day/. It’ll be a day full of perfecting pitches and pages! Plus lunch! Join us August 15th for this fun new event. You do not have to be an SCBWI member to attend. And this is not an expensive event.

I will attend.

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I would like to wish agents, booksellers, editors, family, friends, illustrators, readers, and writers the best year ever. May peace, joy, and happiness crowd out anything negative in your lives.

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I would like to wish everyone the best Thanksgiving of their lives. Agents, editors, family, friends, illustrators, readers, fellow writers, and to anyone else I missed mentioning, may your blessings and joys overwhelm your problems and sorrows.

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The guest speaker at Killer Nashville for Friday was D. P. Lyle. He is a writer, MD, and forensic specialist. He spoke about the cases involving OJ Simpson and Scott Peterson. Both men did stupid things and had bad luck.

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I am attending Killer Nashville this weekend. Over 500 writers (at least 150 published writers), agents, editors, and law enforcement people are attending. The conference is for writers of mysteries, thrillers, suspense, crime, and horror, among others.

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From Thursday August 22 through Sunday August 25, I will attend Killer Nashville in downtown Nashville. Over 500 writers, agents, editors, and law enforcement people will attend. The conference is for writers of mysteries, thrillers, suspense, crime, and horror.  They will also have programs for romance and young adult writers.

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