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Post by Admin Kbatz on Dec 6, 2018 20:20:53 GMT -5
Hello all! Here's the Keynote Speech from the South Jersey Writers Conference Networking Night November 7. Rabbi Author Ilene Schneider discusses the Importance of Networking in this bemusing and informative session.
You can see the full address and Q&A in the video playlist below or stay up to date on the South Jersey Women Authors and visit the South Jersey Writers Conference on Facebook for further information.
Post by Admin Kbatz on Feb 21, 2019 15:02:17 GMT -5
Rabbi Ilene Schneider, Ed.D., one of the first women rabbis in the U.S., has decided what she wants to be when she grows up: a writer. Despite spending her retirement (from earning a regular paycheck) birding, gardening, going to movies, traveling, and over-sharing on Facebook, she is the author of the Rabbi Aviva Cohen Mysteries. Chanukah Guilt, nominated for the Deadly Ink David Award for Best Mystery, was one of My Shelf’s Top Ten Reads, and was a Midwest Book Review Reviewers Choice Book. Unleavened Dead, also nominated for the Deadly Ink David Award for Best Mystery, was awarded First Place from the Public Safety Writers Association, and was called by Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine “… a solid, funny mystery that provides an insider’s look at Jewish life.” The third book in the series, Yom Killer, won the David Award for the best mystery novel at the 2017 Deadly Ink conference.
Thank you Ilene for letting us video your speech for HorrorAddicts.net!
Emz: Thanks for coming Trin and Kbatz thanks for all your work on this. It really is an awesome thing and I enjyed reading the transcripts.
Feb 28, 2020 0:52:38 GMT -5
robbiec: A most interesting post. I really enjoyed the comments and discussion about Shakespeare whose stories I have always enjoyed. My favourite story is Romeo and Juliet [sorry about that].
Mar 1, 2020 12:34:35 GMT -5
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