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Carolyn Haines will present a writing workshop at Smith Library.

Wylie's Smith Public Library is playing host to two popular published authors, Carolyn Haines and Kelley Armstrong, who are willing to share their secrets.

It's part of the library's WordSmith Author Series, planned for Saturday, May 27. Beginning at 10:30 a.m., Haines will conduct a writing workshop. She'll be joined by Kelley Armstrong for a panel discussion and Q&A at 1 p.m. Following the discussion, the authors will sign copies of their books. Participants may bring their own or purchase copies from Barnes & Noble staff members, who will be on hand.

USA Today bestselling author Carolyn Haines, a native of Lucedale, Miss., is the author of 25 books under her own name, 40 Harlequin Intrigues titles under the pseudonym Caroline Burnes, and dark gothic thrillers under the name C.B. Chesterton. The latest novel in her Sarah Booth Delaney southern mystery series, "Sticks and Bones," is currently available.

Kelley Armstrong is a #1 New York Times bestselling author who is best known for her Otherworld series and also writes the Darkest Powers and Darkness rising teen series and The Blackwell Pages middle grade series with Melissa Marr. Her new Casey Duncan series tackles the mystery genre. She lives in Ontario with her husband, kids, and "far too many pets."

The event is free. Register for the morning's workshop through Eventbrite.com. Tickets for the afternoon panel and book signing are required and can be picked up at the library starting at 10 a.m. the day of the event.

Smith Library is located at 300 Country Club Rd., Bldg. 300, Wylie. For information about this program or any of the library's activities, call 972-516-6250.

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