New officers for 2020 will be elected in November. Members will receive an e-ballot around the 1st of November. You may return this (email-address confirmed) ballot by November 10th, or vote by secret ballot at the meeting on November 14th. The results will be tallied and presented at the meeting. The new officers will serve … Continue reading Election of 2020 officers will take place in November
According to our bylaws, all four of our officer positions must turn over at the end of this year. We hope our chapter – that's you! – will step up to this opportunity successfully, so we have a smooth transition and continue the growth we've seen over the past two years. Nominations from members … Continue reading Join the 2020 SinC leadership team: It’s a great opportunity for you!
Since the Puget Sound chapter is about to start its fourth decade, we decided it was time for a fresh look that reflects our mission as writers and readers, but also our region and our Seattle base. Many thanks to Netmen.corp for helping us boil these ideas down to a single image and to Sue … Continue reading Introducing our new logo!
One of the most effective ways to build your skills, network, platform, and sales is to become actively involved in a dynamic professional community such as SinC. In October, we'll be accepting nominations for our 2019 officers. Other volunteer positions will be available for next year too. Take this opportunity to work with us! The … Continue reading Make us part of your marketing plan!
It is important for our chapter officers that the business of the executive committee and the chapter as a whole remain transparent. Here is our 2018 Annual Report. In summary, 2018 was a busy year with work toward building membership, connecting with other organizations in the region, and formalizing our non-profit organizational status. This is … Continue reading Chapter News – 2018 Annual Report
There once was lady named Nan Thanks to whom SinC always ran With programs galore It was never a bore Neither for writer nor fan Nan Robkin served the Puget Sound Sisters in Crime chapter since its inception in 1989, creating our newsletter from the beginning until her retirement at the end of 2018, and … Continue reading Celebrating Nan Robkin
**SAVE THE DATE** April 27, 2019 “Heroes, Villains, and Victims: The Eternal Triangle” will be the subject of our first ever all-day workshop on Saturday, April 27th. Full details now available. The focus will be on how to develop these roles and relationships, which are central to every mystery. Nancy Martin, the award-winning author of … Continue reading “Heroes, Villains, and Victims: The Eternal Triangle” a full day workshop