Women in Writing – Part 2
I’d like to introduce you to Jennifer Kincheloe, author of The Secret Life of Anna Blanc.
Jennifer is a research scientist turned writer of historical fiction. She was on the faculty at UCLA, where she spent 11 years conducting research to inform health policy. Now she writes historical mysteries set in 1900s Los Angeles among the police matrons and first female cops of the LAPD.
Her debut novel, The Secret Life of Anna Blanc, is an I-Love-Lucy meets Agatha Christie style adventure and has a starred review from Booklist.
It was a finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards, the Lefty Awards for Historical Mystery, The Colorado Author’s League Awards for Genre Fiction, the Macavity Awards for Historical Mysteries, and is the winner of The Colorado Gold Award for Mystery.
Jennifer will be my second panelist in the Women Behaving Badly Author’s Panel. She and two other ladies will be talking about who they are, what they do, and why they do it. Their talk will be on Wednesday, September 21st at Coffee at The Point from 6-9pm.
Follow the link to the events page below for more details and a map to the venue. Come early and check out Women Behaving Badly paintings if you have not done so already.