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Sainted in Error: a Wine & Cheese Garden Adventure with award-winning writer Glenda Winders
February 19 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm PST$16.95 – $19.95
About the Event
What do you wear when you testify against your best friend as she goes on trial for murder? You might just want to sit down with a glass of wine and nibbles to hear how award-winning author Glenda Winders delves into this question and the tenacity of friendship in her new novel, Sainted in Error.
Your relaxing Garden Adventure includes wine, cheese, a paperback copy of Sainted in Error to be delivered at the event for signing, and the opportunity to meet the award-winning author. Seating is limited, so make sure to register soon to guarantee your seat.
Additional books will be available for purchase and signing at the event, or pre-order your paperback copy of Sainted in Error to be shipped directly to you if you are unable to attend in person.
Pan’s Outdoor Garden:
Pan’s Outdoor Garden is a private residence near downtown San Diego; the address will be emailed to you a week prior to the event.
About the Author and Book
Glenda Winders is an award-winning fiction writer, editor, and journalist whose work has appeared in major magazines and newspapers nationwide. Her first novel, The Nine Assignments, was published in 2016. She lives with her husband in Columbus, Indiana.
Her book, Sainted in Error, delves into the tenacity of friendship and the damage that the stigma still attached to mental illness can do.
As Maggie Patterson runs her hand over the clothes in her closet and muses about the prosaic details of preparing for a shockingly personal murder trial, she is catapulted into the memories that led her to this moment. Piece by piece, she assembles the fragments of her past to make sense of a violent crime, the echoes of which ripple through her recollections.
Maggie and Cynthia meet as college freshmen and are seemingly destined to be best friends for life. As the years pass, however, Maggie’s marriage and career lift her to success and wealth while Cynthia’s jealousy and untreated mental illness cause their relationship to disintegrate. As the stories of the two women’s lives unfold, Cynthia’s paranoia and anger sour every relationship she has and turn even the people who have loved her most against her, ultimately bubbling over into an event that Maggie never sees coming.