June 17, 2017 Luncheon Meeting

DATE: June 17, 2017 Florida Chapter, Mystery Writers of America Luncheon Meeting

GUEST SPEAKER:  Jaime (“Jemmy”) Legagneur

PROGRAM: Podcasting: THE Publicity Platform for Writers

Being interviewed on a podcast can be a great way to gain exposure for your writing. Join award-winning podcaster Jaime (“Jemmy”) Legagneur as she presents advice on how to get booked as a guest on great shows, with tips for making the most out of your interview (including what NOT to do) and a fun interactive session to get out those nerves. Jaime will also explain the growing medium of podcasting and how it can be THE platform for sharing your work. You have a passion for your writing, and no one could be better at telling your stories than YOU. So, hear straight from the “Podcast Girl of South Florida” how to start your own show!

JaimeSpeaker:  Helping people live their true passion is Jaime (“Jemmy”) Legagneur’s mission, and she has found no more powerful tool than podcasting. Soon after starting her marketing company, Flint Stone Media, in 2014, she launched her Curve the Cube podcast with the idea to inspire people to find their passion and do their thing (outside the cubicle!). By interviewing movers and shakers who have already successfully lived their dream or are unapologetically deep in the trenches, she offers real actionable nuggets to inspire others to go from being dreamers to being doers!

Along the journey of producing her flagship show, podcasting has become her own passion, and Jaime works every day toward the goal of making it a full-time focus. To that end, she co-hosts on two other shows, is the organizer of the Palm Beach Podcasters MeetUp group, and is launching her own network, the Flint Stone Media Podcast Network.

DATE:  SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2017

TIME: 11:30: Mingling; 12:00: Lunch; 12:45: Business Meeting; 1:00: Presentation

PLACE: Embassy Suites by Hilton Boca Raton, 661 NW 53rd Street, Boca Raton, Florida, 33487; Get Directions Here

COST:  $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members. To guarantee a spot, prepayment by June 14 is strongly urged.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT:   To reserve and pay online: Scroll down to the “Sign up for Luncheon Meeting” box and fill in your information, then click the “Pay Now” button and follow the instructions.

To reserve and pay via mail: Step 1–Email Harriet at harriet@ottenheimer.com with the subject line “FMWA Meeting” to reserve a spot.  In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Step 2– Write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter.” Step 3–Mail your payment to Harriet Ottenheimer, at 2301 S. Ocean Dr., #2005, Hollywood, FL 33019.

Please make your reservation by June 14 so that we can provide the hotel with an accurate headcount! Walk-ins are accommodated only if space allows.

Next Meeting Date: SATURDAY, JULY 15, 2017

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April 22, 2017 Luncheon Meeting

DATE: APRIL 22, 2017 Florida Chapter of Mystery Writers of America Luncheon Meeting

GUEST SPEAKER:  Dianna Collier

PROGRAM: Agents and Authors: the Good, the Bad, and the Vital Dianna Collier

Our April 22 meeting will feature literary agent Dianna Collier, who’ll discuss the value of an agent and explain why authors wishing to go the traditionally-published route almost always require one. For those authors who are already agented, she’ll give hints on how they can improve the author/agent relationship. She also will discuss how an author can leave that relationship gracefully—and knowing when they should. For those writers who are currently are unagented, she will outline the basics: various ways of finding an agent and how to keep one; presenting material; the query letter and its additional value; and agency contracts.

Speaker:  Dianna Collier is both owner and agent at Collier & Associates, a boutique literary agency based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She grew up in New Jersey and Florida, graduating from Boston University with a degree in languages and political science. Her first position was with Blaisdell Publishing in Boston as an editorial assistant. She later moved to New York City and worked for a tobacco magazine as assistant editor. In the 1980s, she worked with Collier Associates selling award-winning cookbooks before later joining the firm as a literary agent.

In 1994, Ms. Collier took over the agency and moved it to West Palm Beach. At that time, she expanded the agency’s representation from predominantly non-fiction titles to include a larger number of fiction works: war novels, mysteries, thrillers, cozies, and romances. The agency’s nonfiction interests continue to include biographies and autobiographies of well-known people; popular works of political subjects and history; true crime; exposes; books for the general reader on investment and business; and cookbooks by highly qualified authors. Of course, their primary interests are in well-written material presented in an unusual way.

DATE:  SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017 (Please note: because of the Easter holiday and Tax Day weekend, we have pushed out this meeting only from the 3rd Saturday of the month to the 4th Saturday)

TIME: 11:30: Mingling; 12:00: Lunch; 12:45: Business Meeting; 1:00: Presentation

PLACE: Embassy Suites by Hilton Boca Raton, 661 NW 53rd Street, Boca Raton, Florida, 33487

COST:  $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members. In order to guarantee a spot, RSVPs are strongly urged.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT: To pay via PayPal, scroll down to the “Sign up for Luncheon Meeting” box and fill in your information, then click the “Pay Now” button and follow the instructions.

To reserve and pay via mail: Email Harriet at harriet@ottenheimer.com with the subject line “FMWA Meeting” to reserve a spot.  In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter.” Mail your payment to Harriet Ottenheimer, at 2301 S. Ocean Dr., #2005, Hollywood, FL 33019.

Please make your reservation by April 19 so that we can provide the hotel with an accurate headcount! Walk-ins are accommodated only if space allows.

Next Meeting Date: SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017

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Jan. 28, 2017 Luncheon Meeting

DATE: January 28, 2017 Florida Chapter Mystery Writers of America Luncheon Meeting

NOTE NEW TIME AND NEW PLACE!

GUEST SPEAKER:  Kristy Montee a/k/a P.J. Parrish
GUEST INTERVIEWER: Oline H. Cogdill

PROGRAM: Things I Know Now That I Wish I Had Known Back Then

Kris ParrishOur January 28 meeting will feature a killer Q&A interview session with Kristy Montee, the Florida half of award-winning writing team P.J. Parrish. The bestselling author will discuss “Things I Know Now That I Wish I Had Known Back Then.” Learn from a pro what she would have done differently in her writing career if she could go back in time…and what risks she took back then that ultimately proved career-enhancing.

 

She's Not There

GUEST SPEAKER
Kristy Montee, along with her sister, Kelly Nichols, is the author of eleven Louis Kincaid and Joe Frye thrillers, set in Florida and Michigan, as well as two standalone novels. As P.J. Parrish, the pair has won three Shamus awards, one Anthony, and one International Thriller competition, as well as making both the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists. Their latest book, published Sept. 2015, is a psychological suspense novel titled SHE’S NOT THERE.

 

GUEST INTERVIEWER
Oline CogdillOline H. Cogdill reviews mystery fiction for Mystery Scene magazine, the Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Associated Press, Publishers Weekly, and Tribune Publishing Wire. Her mystery fiction reviews appear in more than 300 publications worldwide. She blogs twice a week at Mystery Scene Magazine. She has received the 2013 Raven Award from the Mystery Writers of America, the 1997 Sun Sentinel’s Pettijohn Award and the 1999 Ellen Nehr Award by the American Crime Writers League. Oline was a judge for three years for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize in the mystery/thriller category.

DATE:  SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2017

TIME: 11:30: Mingling; 12:00: Lunch; 12:45: Business Meeting; 1:00: Presentation

PLACE: Embassy Suites by Hilton Boca Raton, 661 NW 53rd Street, Boca Raton, FL 33487; Get Directions Here

COST:  $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT:   To reserve and pay online: Fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon Meeting” below and click the “Pay Now” button.

To reserve and pay via mail: Step 1–Email Harriet at harriet@ottenheimer.com with the subject line “FMWA Meeting” to reserve a spot. In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Step 2– Write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter.” Step 3–Mail your payment to Harriet Ottenheimer, at 2301 S. Ocean Dr., #2005, Hollywood, FL 33019.

Please make your reservation by January 25.

Refund Policy for meeting no-shows: Members must notify Harriet before noon on Wednesday to cancel their reservation if they want a refund. People must pay the reservation fee regardless if they eat or not, to help cover the cost of the room.

Next Meeting Date: SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2017

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Dec. 17, 2016 Luncheon Meeting

DECEMBER 17, 2016:  MYSTERY WRITERS OF AMERICA, FLORIDA CHAPTER, LUNCHEON

Holiday 2016

Program:  Holiday Party

Lunch will be a buffet – salad, pasta station, turkey carving station. There will be a cash bar.  Bring cash as they may not take credit cards at the in-room bar.

Desserts – Provided by our Chapter members.  A ‘Pot-Luck’ dessert – attendees are asked to bring and share their holiday specialty treats. This is optional; no one is required to bring anything. It’s meant for homemade goodies, not store-bought desserts.

Gifts

Pirate Gift Exchange – This is optional as well.  Anyone wanting to participate should bring a wrapped, untagged gift (value limit $25.00) to the party.  It’s fun to watch, even if not participating.

DATE:  Saturday, December 17, 2016

TIME: 12:30 – 3:30pm

PLACE: The Addison, 2 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432. (561) 372-0568. Directions: http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com/contact/

COST:  $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT

To reserve and pay online:  Step 1–Email Harriet at harriet@ottenheimer.com with the subject line “FMWA Meeting” to reserve a spot. Step 2– Fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon Meeting” below and click the “Pay Now” button.  Note: Please reserve by Dec. 13, 2016.

To reserve and pay via mail: Step 1–Email Harriet at harriet@ottenheimer.com with the subject line “FMWA Meeting” to reserve a spot.  In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Step 2– Write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter.” Step 3–Mail your payment to Harriet Ottenheimer, at 2301 S. Ocean Dr., #2005, Hollywood, FL 33019. Note: Please reserve by Dec. 13, 2016.

Next Meeting Date: January 28, 2017

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Sept. 17, 2016 Luncheon Meeting

Saturday, September 17, 2016 Florida Chapter Mystery Writers of America Luncheon Meeting

GUEST SPEAKER: Al Hallonquist
PROGRAM: “Stayin’ Alive – How to Keep You, Your Family, and Your Protagonist Safe”

Join our group as Al Hallonquist teaches us situational awareness techniques and how to survive an active shooter. It’s a new world out there, and here are some good tips not only for your characters, but for yourselves and your family members as well.

Al HallonquistAl Hallonquist, who has spoken at Sleuthfest on a few occasions, is also head of security for Sleuthfest. A veteran of over 30 years of government service, he retired from the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department as a Sergeant in 2001. He served as a Platoon Commander for the patrol division, and helped create and managed the Hostage Negotiation Team, as well as the Crime Scene Unit. Prior to joining the PBGPD, he served as the Chief Investigator for the District 19 Medical Examiner, and as a Homicide Detective for the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department. He also served for many years as adjunct faculty for Indian River State College teaching in the Police Academy. He currently owns Security Consults, a company that consults with security agencies and organizations desiring tighter procedures. Al is also a published aerospace historian.

DATE: Saturday, September 17, 2016
TIME: 12:30: Mingling; 1:00: Lunch; 1:45: Business Meeting; 2:00: Presentation
PLACE: The Addison, 2 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432. (561) 372-0568.
Directions: http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com/contact/
COST: $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members. Please note that those who do not reserve and prepay will pay $5 extra at the door, and be seated only if space is available.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT: To reserve and pay through PayPal, visit the Chapter website http://mwaflorida.org/events/monthly-meetings/#lunchmeet, fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon meeting,” and click the “Pay Now” PayPal button. Note: You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this site.

To reserve and pay via mail: email Harriet at harriet@ottenheimer.com with the subject line “FMWA Meeting” to reserve a spot. In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Then write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter” and mail to Harriet Ottenheimer, at 2301 S. Ocean Dr., #2005, Hollywood, FL 33019.

 

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June 18, 2016 Luncheon Meeting

June 18, 2016  Florida Chapter Mystery Writers of America Luncheon Meeting

GUEST SPEAKER:  Judi Ciance

PROGRAM: VISUALIZED MERCHANDISING

Learn all about selling your books at craft fairs and festivals. Find out the secrets of making your visit productive, setting up displays, creating signage, developing the right personnel image, offering handouts, and important do’s and don’ts.

Judi CianceFor many years, Judi Ciance wrote articles, short stories, and poetry “just for fun.” Once her husband retired, after thirty years on the Worcester (MA) Police Department, they moved to their house on Cape Cod. She then went to work at the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office, initially as part of the drug partnership grant and finally as an Assistant Deputy Superintendent, Director of Finance. In between, Judi served as the policy and procedure coordinator, supervised the grant writer, and functioned as a transition team member for the county’s new state-of-the-art correctional facility. After taking early retirement and moving to Florida, she went back to the ‘fun’ writing on a full-time basis. That’s when the Casey Quinby Mystery Series began. Last November (2015) the fourth book in the series, A TALE of TWO LOBSTERS, hit the stands. Judi’s fifth book is scheduled for this October.A Tale of Two Lobsters

DATE:  Saturday, June 18, 2016

TIME: 12:30: Mingling; 1:00: Lunch; 1:45: Business Meeting; 2:00: Presentation

PLACE: The Addison, 2 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432. (561) 372-0568. Directions: http://theaddisonofbocaraton.com/contact/

COST:  $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members.  Please note that those who do not reserve and prepay will pay $5 extra at the door, and be seated only if space is available.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT:   To reserve and pay through PayPal, visit the Chapter website http://mwaflorida.org/events/monthly-meetings/#lunchmeet, fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon meeting,” and click the “Pay Now” PayPal button.

To reserve and pay via mail: email rwymer55@aol.com with the subject line “FMWA June Meeting” to reserve a spot.  In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number.  Then write your check or money order payable to  “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter” and mail to Rick Wymer, 13900 Carlton Dr., Davie, FL 33330.

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April 16, 2016 Luncheon Meeting

APRIL 16, 2016 Florida Chapter Mystery Writers of America Luncheon Meeting

PLEASE NOTE NEW LOCATION AND TIME BELOW!!!

Elaine VietsGUEST SPEAKER: Elaine Viets

DEATH INVESTIGATOR BASICS
Ever hear of a death investigator? He or she works for the medical examiner’s office. At a murder, while the police are in charge of the crime scene, the DI has charge of the body, photographing it, noting the injuries, clothing, jewelry, etc. Learn about proper ways and pitfalls of body identification, how to figure out who was driving when bodies have been moved or thrown out of a vehicle during an accident, the best way to get body core temperature, the importance of asking for blood samples taken at the hospital before the survivors were treated, and other tips that will give your mysteries authenticity. The talk will include handouts.

Award-winning author Elaine Viets’s mysteries span the full range of the genre — hardboiled, cozy, and funny, traditional mysteries. Elaine’s 15th Dead-End Job mystery, THE ART OF MURDER, featuring South Florida private detectives Helen Hawthorne and her husband, Phil Sagemont, debuts as a hardcover in May. She’s also written ten Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper mysteries. Elaine started writing dark mysteries with the four-book Francesca Vierling newspaper series.

BrainstormElaine took the MedicoLegal Death Investigators Course for forensic professionals at St. Louis University’s School of Medicine. BRAIN STORM, the first book in her new Angela Richman Death Investigator series, will be published in August. In this novel, Elaine returns to her hardboiled roots and draws on her personal experiences as a stroke survivor, as well as her studies in the Death Investigators Course. Elaine is a director-at-large of the Mystery Writers of America and a frequent contributor to Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine as well as anthologies edited by Charlaine Harris and Lawrence Block. Viets has won the Anthony, Agatha, and Lefty Awards.

DATE: Saturday, April 16, 2016
TIME: 12:30 p.m.
PLACE: Solano Room, The Addison, 2 E. Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
COST: $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members. Please note that those who do not reserve and prepay will pay $5 extra at the door, and be seated only if space is available.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT: To reserve and pay through PayPal, visit the Chapter website http://mwaflorida.org/events/monthly-meetings/#lunchmeet, fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon meeting,” and click the “Pay Now” PayPal button.

To reserve and pay via mail: email rwymer55@aol.com with the subject line “MWA April Meeting” to reserve a spot. In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Then write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter” and mail to Rick Wymer, 13900 Carlton Dr., Davie, FL 33330.

NEXT LUNCHEON IS SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2016: Please save the date.

May 16, 2015 Luncheon Meeting

May 16, 2015: MYSTERY WRITERS OF AMERICA, FLORIDA CHAPTER, LUNCHEON MEETING

GUEST SPEAKER: Emily Krupin, Assistant Editor from Harlequin
Program: “Queries and Pitches: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”
Bonus: Pitch Sessions Following Presentation

How do you grab an editor’s or agent’s attention with a query letter or pitch? What makes them request a full manuscript versus send you a form rejection letter? Worse, what makes them scream and tear their hair out? This month’s speaker will address these questions as well as discuss print and e-book imprints at Harlequin that are open to unagented submissions in the mystery, suspense, and thriller genres. As a bonus, Ms. Krupin will take pitches following her presentation.

Emily KrupinEmily Krupin is the Assistant Editor for Harlequin Romantic Suspense, which justifies her fascination with serial killer stories and other startling scenarios. She works on several lines at Harlequin, from historical to Christian romances, but her home line is the perfect balance of suspense and romance. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College she edited higher education textbooks, which may or may not have contributed to her enthusiastic jump to the thriller genre. Outside of work you can usually find her at the local bookstore, stalking a stranger’s adorable dog on the street, or trying out a new recipe. Follow her on Twitter @EmilyKrupin.

**In order to give a five or ten minute pitch (time to be determined), you must have a completed book-length work of fiction. To be added to the list, send an email to Vicki Landis at bookpainter319@hotmail.com with “Editor Pitch” in the Subject line and your full name in the body of the message.

DATE: Saturday, May 16, 2015
TIME: 11:30—Social mingling; 12:00—Luncheon and Business Meeting
PROGRAM: 1:00—“Queries and Pitches: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”
PLACE: Doubletree by Hilton, 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield Beach, 33441 (east at Hillsboro Blvd exit from I-95.)
COST: $15 for MWA members**; $30 for non-members. Please note that those who do not reserve and prepay will pay $5 extra at the door, and be seated only if space is available.

**NOTE the special discount is for FMWA members as a member benefit this month only. But you must pay by check to Rick Wymer in advance. Email rwymer55@aol.com with the subject line “MWA May Meeting” to reserve a spot. In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Then write your check or money order for $15 payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter” and mail to Rick Wymer, 13900 Carlton Dr., Davie, FL 33330.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT: For guests to reserve and pay through PayPal, visit the Chapter website http://mwaflorida.org/events/monthly-meetings/#lunchmeet, fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon meeting,” and click the “Pay Now” PayPal button.

NEXT LUNCHEON IS SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 2015: Please save the date.

 

April 18, 2015 Luncheon Meeting

APRIL 18, 2015: FLORIDA CHAPTER, MYSTERY WRITERS OF AMERICA – LUNCH MEETING

GUEST SPEAKER: Rory J. McMahon
Program: “Financial Fraud Florida-Style”

Florida seems to attract fraudsters of all stripes. Who are they? How they get away with it (when they do)? How they get caught? How fast do they adapt to changing laws, enforcement, and investigation methods? How much do they haul in? How does a Ponzi scheme work (and fail)? How in the world are these cons … well, confident enough to do it? What are the latest rip-off trends? Learn all this, PLUS hear fascinating cases from a leading national authority on fraud investigation.

Rory McMahonFormer federal probation officer and college instructor Rory J. McMahon has been the President of R.J. McMahon and Associates, Inc. since 1991. Although this is a full service detective agency, Rory specializes in criminal, civil and background investigations. Rory is a Certified Legal Investigator, Florida Certified Investigator, Certified Criminal Defense Investigator, and a Certified Fraud Examiner. He is the author of seven textbooks, including FRAUD INVESTIGATION and PRACTICAL HANDBOOK FOR PROFESSIONAL INVESTIGATORS. www.mcmahonpi.com

DATE: Saturday, April 18, 2015
TIME: 11:30—Social mingling; 12:00—Luncheon and Business Meeting
PROGRAM: 1:00—“Bank Fraud”
PLACE: Doubletree by Hilton (formerly Deerfield Beach Hilton), 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield Beach, 33441 (east at Hillsboro Blvd exit from I-95.)
COST: $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members. Please note that those who do not reserve and prepay will pay $5 extra at the door, and be seated only if space is available.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT: To reserve and pay through PayPal, visit the Chapter website http://mwaflorida.org/events/monthly-meetings/#lunchmeet, fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon meeting,” and click the “Pay Now” PayPal button.

To reserve and pay via mail: email rwymer55@aol.com with the subject line “FMWA April Meeting” to reserve a spot. In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Then write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter” and mail to Rick Wymer, 13900 Carlton Dr., Davie, FL 33330.

NEXT LUNCHEON IS SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2015: Please save the date.

January 17, 2015 Luncheon Meeting

January 17, 2015 Luncheon Meeting, Mystery Writers of America Florida Chapter

GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Karen Dodge
Program: “Personality Disorders: The Weird, the Wild, and the Wacky”

What’s the difference between a psychopath and a sociopath? A narcissist and a borderline? Just what is a personality disorder, and what (if any) is its relationship to crime? How can you create realistic characters who have personality disorders? Using case examples from her practice and research and from popular culture, a renowned expert will discuss types of personality disorders and what drives these individuals.

Karen DodgeKaren Dodge, Ph.D., is Director of Neuro-rehabilitation at Caron Renaissance, a nationally-leading addiction treatment facility located in Boca Raton. She is a specialist in the treatment of dual diagnosis (addiction coupled with mental or personality disorders) and in the science of the addicted brain. Among her extensive background in treatment and research, she has participated in a research project on the brain activity of serial killers. Dr. Dodge holds a Ph.D. in social work from Florida International University.

DATE: Saturday, January 17, 2015
TIME: 11:30—Social mingling; 12:00—Luncheon and Business Meeting
PROGRAM: 1:00—”Personality Disorders: The Weird, the Wild, and the Wacky”
PLACE: Doubletree by Hilton (formerly Deerfield Beach Hilton), 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield Beach, 33441 (east at Hillsboro Blvd exit from I-95.)
COST: $25 for MWA members; $30 for non-members. Please note that those who do not reserve and prepay will pay $5 extra at the door, and be seated only if space is available.

RESERVATIONS/PREPAYMENT: To reserve and pay through PayPal, scroll down on this page, fill out the “Sign up for Luncheon meeting,” and click the “Pay Now” PayPal button.

To reserve and pay via mail: email rwymer55@aol.com with the subject line “MWA January Meeting” to reserve a spot. In the body of the email, please include your name, the name of any guest you have invited, your email address, and telephone number. Then write your check or money order payable to “Mystery Writers of America/Florida Chapter” and mail to Rick Wymer, 13900 Carlton Dr., Davie, FL 33330.