Want To Be Published? These Authors Will Tell You How

Bay Books is bringing in two well-known local authors for a lecture on how to get your work in print.


Coronadans can meet two local authors and have their  at  at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

New York Times bestselling author Caitlin Rother and fellow U-T San Diego alum Cathy Lubenski will be at the book store to talk to aspiring writers about “How to Get Published and Stay Published.”

Rother also will be promoting her newest books: Poisoned Love (an updated version of her 2005 book about the Kristin Rossum murder case); Naked Addiction (a story about women from La Jolla and Pacific Beach who were murdered); Dead Reckoning (documents the murder of a Newport Beach couple by former child-actor Skylar Deleon); and My Life, Deleted (a memoir about former NFL player, and Rother’s co-author, Scott Bolzan and the serious head injury that left him with amnesia).

Rother is a well-known San Diego author and has just finished her ninth book. Her eighth book, which will be released in July, is called Lost Girls and will be an in-depth look at killer John Gardner and his two San Diego victims, Chelsea King and Amber DuBois.

Lubenski will be signing copies of her newest novel Trashy Chic. The novel won the San Diego Book Award winner for Best Unpublished Novel of 2009 and talks with humor about the grim realities of the newspaper industry’s decline—perfect for aspiring journalists and writers.

Pick up a copy of their books to be signed and stick around to hear what they have to say about the publishing world.


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