Monday, December 14, 2009

Have you paid your dues?

Sisters in Crime Renewal Notice – Deadline: January 31, 2010

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Sisters in Crime is looking forward to an exciting new year and we want to make sure all of our members have renewed their membership for 2010. Renewals can be handled on the web site at

As a member you have a username and password. You must be logged in to renew your membership. Dues remain $40 for all US and Canadian members. Add $5 for all other countries.

1. Click here to go directly to the SinC home page -

2. Click on grey box which says, Join Now, under the pictures. There will be a pull down menu which says, Renew – click on Renew and enter your username and password. This will take you to your membership profile where you renew your SinC membership

3. You may also Renew by clicking on Renew on the right side under Quick Links.

4. Pick regular member and view your membership profile – make updates and hit the Submit button at the bottom of the page

5. Next a payment screen will come up and you can choose to pay by MC/Visa or by check. If you pick the check option you will need to print a copy of your invoice to send with your check. Once we receive the check you will receive a receipt by e-mail

Want to renew by mail? Please send Beth Wasson an e-mail and she will send you a membership form to fill out and send back in the mail with your $40 check. Add $5 for all countries except Canada. E-mail Beth at

Need your username and password? Contact Beth at, who would be happy to take your phone call on weekdays, between 10 AM – 3 PM CST at 785-842-1325. I can help you Login to the Sisters in Crime web site. Don’t hesitate to call; it will only take a few minutes.

Sisters in Crime, PO Box 442124, Lawrence, KS 66044,, 785-842-1325

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The mission of Sisters in Crime is to promote the professional development and advancement of women crime writers to achieve equality in the industry.

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