By Kathie Felix
It’s a busy day for Sisters in Crime members from coast to coast.
The Chesapeake Chapter begins celebrating the holidays today with a meeting and a discussion of blood and d.n.a evidence. The Northern California Chapter gets its festivities underway today with a joint SinC/MWA get-together. And, in between – and to the north and to the south – many other chapters are meeting and celebrating.
As we look toward the new year, this seems like a good time to reflect on our involvement with SinC, both personally and locally.
Do you belong to a SinC chapter? If not, why not?
If you do belong to a chapter, how many meetings do you attend a year? And why do you attend those meetings?
Do you select the meetings you attend because they have a topic or speaker that interests you?
Do you attend as many meetings as you can because your SinC chapter offers a good networking opportunity – one that can help you and enable you to help others?
Do you show up just because you can never tell what’s going to happen when a creative group of SinC members gathers in one place?
Or do you have other reasons to get to your chapter meeting?
Tell us: What takes you away from the pages of a good mystery – or the keyboard – and out to a meeting with your Sisters in Crime?