Episode Summary

Robin Stuart is a debut author in cyber crime fiction with a short story called "SegFault" in the Sisters in Crime NorCal anthology [Fault Lines][4] , which is due out in early 2019!!!

Episode Notes

Robin Stuart is a debut author in cyber crime fiction with a short story called "SegFault" in the Sisters in Crime NorCal anthology Fault Lines , which is due out in early 2019!!!

Notes:

  • Wrote her first full length mystery in the mid-90's!
  • Pitching is basically a job interview
  • Honing your pitch
  • You only get one shot at that first impression
  • She has a backlog of stories to tell... Stay Tuned!!! (So Excited!)

Links:

The New York Pitch Fest

Mystery Writers

Sister in Crime Northern California Chapter

Paula Munier, Robin's Literary Agent

Robin Stuart Full Interview: https://gettingintoinfosec.simplecast.fm/robin-stuart-from-paralegal-to-malware-researcher-and-cyber-crime-author

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