News and Events

A Dead Man’s Eyes is now available! Here is a calendar of events along with links to already published interviews, guest blog posts, podcasts and virtual readings. For signed copies, please email me at lori@loriduffyfoster.com.

News and Events

Oct. 23, Southern Tier Women’s Financial Conference, The Center at Park Avenue, 400 Park Avenue, Corning, NY, 8 am to 4 pm: I will be selling and signing books at this event while also getting empowered and educated about finances and life by a fantastic group of diverse women! Come join us, virtually or in person.

Nov. 6, Dormann Library, Bath, NY, 10 am until noon. During this free and in-person event, I will talk about A DEAD MAN’S EYES, the craft of fiction writing and the path to publishing. I will be joined by Lissa Redmond, a former cold case investigator and author of several mysteries. We love questions. Bring lots!

Nov. 12-14, New England Crime Bake, Boston, MA. This crime writers conference has special meaning for me. It’s where I met one of the three owners of Level Best Books, my publisher, and best-selling author Hank Phillippi Ryan, who endorsed my novel, A DEAD MAN’S EYES and is this year’s guest of honor. This year’s theme is HOME SWEET HOMICIDE. Come join an awesome group of writers, editors and agents for a weekend of craft and crime!

Dec. 4, Dickens of a Christmas, Wellsboro Fire Dept Annex, 21 East Ave, Wellsboro, PA, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The 37th annual event takes place throughout Wellsboro, but I will selling and signing copies of A DEAD MAN’S EYES among dozens of vendors in the warm and cozy annex. So, roam the gas-lit Main Street of Wellsboro, where you can enjoy some fantastic music, lots of good food and a visit with Santa, and then come on over!

Dec. 10, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH, 7 p.m. Book discussion. This event is a homecoming for me. I wrote A DEAD MAN’S EYES while living in Cincinnati, where our two youngest were born. I used to take the twins to this totally awesome independent bookstore while the older kids were in school. I am so excited to return as an author!