Kathleen Delaney
Author of the Mary McGill and the Ellen McKenzie cozy mystery series



Sept 2-3
Decatur Book Festival
Decatur, Georgia
Will be in Sisters in Crime booth. Linda Lovely and I are doing a panel discussion about animals in mystery novels Starts at 1:15. That includes just about anything that’s not human but moves. Should be fun. The Sisters in Crime write mysteries, thrillers, and true crime. I write traditional mysteries. The Festival, however, features all kinds of books, something for everyone. Click here for the link to the event.

Oct. 7
Alatoona, Ga. Book Festival

Will be on a panel discussing author’s progress through the book. You’re off to a great start, even have the ending mapped out, but what happens when you reach the mussy middle? Again, books for everyone.

Oct. 14-15
Festival of the Book
Nashville Tenn
Another Festival that covers a wide range of genres, but I will be in the Sisters in Crime booth with my latest series, The Mary McGill canine mysteries.

Oct. 19
Book Fair
Woodstock, Ga
campus of Chattahoochee Tech.

Another panel, time and topic to follow. This is a literary fair, so you can find just about anything you are looking for here. Again, will post link as I get one.

Don’t forget, these festivals are a great place to start your Christmas shopping. A huge selection, something for everyone on your list, and often at a discounted price.
Look for me. I’ll be the one with the black and white puppy. (No, it’s not alive, but it’s cute)

My story in the April issue of
Mystery Weekly Magazine


About Kathleen


Kathleen Delaney came to the writing life a little late. Instead, she raised five children, heaven alone knows how many cats and dogs, more than a few horses, and assorted 4 H animals. She also enjoyed a career as a real estate broker in the small California town of Paso Robles. Somewhere in there she found she wanted to write as well as read, and her first book, Dying for a Change, was a finalist in St. Martin’s Malice Domestic contest. Since then she has written six more books, to great reviewer praise. The first in her new Mary McGill canine mysteries, Purebred Dead is available in both hard cover and ebook form, and will be available this spring in soft cover, just in time to great the release of Curtains for Miss Plym, the second in the Mary McGill and Millie canine mysteries.

She currently resides, and writes, in Georgia with one dog and one cat, close to two of her grandchildren, who are more than eager to share their own dogs and cats with her, just in case she gets lonely.