SCWA October Meeting

When Karen Dionne wrote The Marsh King's Daughter, a dark psychological suspense set in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula wilderness, she never imagined the wild journey she was about to embark upon. Praised in The New York Times as “Subtle, brilliant and mature . . . as good as a thriller can be,” The Marsh King's Daughter was translated into 25 languages and became a #1 international bestseller, took home several prestigious awards, was named to numerous best books of the year lists, and is in development as a major motion picture with Oscar-winning talent.

And yet The Marsh King's Daughter was Karen’s 4th published novel. What made this book different than the other three? How can writers use the lessons she learned to get their work noticed? In this presentation, Karen will identify the six key elements that she believes made all the difference.

When: October 17, 2020
Time: 10:00 am PST
Where: Zoom, register below
Cost: Members $5.00
Nonmembers $10.00