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Wisconsin Writer is One of 50 for 50

Christine DeSmet, whose First-Degree Fudge spent 10 weeks as a Barnes & Noble mystery best seller, is being featured this week at “50 States, 50 Authors.” Today’s post, titled Illinois’s Quad Cities: Belgian Influence = Fun, Fabulous Food and Christine DeSmet, begins:

“The first Belgian sleuth since Hercule Poirot—Ava Oosterling, is the main character in my new Fudge Shop Mystery Series.talking about my birthplace of Moline, Illinois, and its connections to chocolates and my Fudge Shop Mystery Series. Book 2, Hot Fudge Frame-Up, debuts June 3.”

Sounds to me like a delicious read.

Chris is one of more than 300 writers from Wisconsin and the Midwest who have signed up to attend the 25th anniversary Writers’ Institute Conference, April 4-6, at the Madison Concourse Hotel. Details are at http://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/conferences/writers-institute/.

Also, please visit the Council for Wisconsin Writers website at http://www.wiswriters.org.



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