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Carol Crigger's Writing Pages

ABOUT ME

Born and raised in North Idaho on the Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation, C.K. Crigger lives with two feisty little dogs and a reclusive Persian cat in Spokane Valley, Washington. She is a long-time member of Western Writers of America and had the honor of hosting the 2005 WWA convention. She reviews Western books for WWA’s Roundup magazine, mysteries and science fiction/fantasy for CnC Books (Buried Under Books.com).

Imbued with an abiding love of western traditions and wide-open spaces, Ms. Crigger writes of free-spirited people who break from their standard roles. In her books, whether westerns, mysteries, or fantasy, the locales are real places. All of her books are set the Inland Northwest, the westerns with a historical background. Her short story, Aldy Neal’s Ghost, was a 2007 Spur finalist.  Her western novel, Black Crossing, won the 2008 Eppie. Letter of the Law was a 2009 Spur finalist in the audio category.

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Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Spokane Valley, Washington 99016
Website: www.ckcrigger.com

PRESENTATION TOPICS:

*China Bohannon's Daily Life
* An audience participation workshop where attendees outline a plot, develop characters, and write a  query to set the hook for agents, publishers, and readers.
* Turning Fact into Fiction
*Taglines, hooks, and queries
* Power in naming your characters
* Victorian Style in the American West
*Writing dogs or other critters into your book