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Wagner and Winick On the Law

Wagner and Winick On the Law

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April 28th 2016:Murder and Other Unnatural Disasters

Author and Lawyer Lida Sideris has published her first novel. As she describes her transition to fiction writing, Lida says . . . Not willing to fork over the dough to see a therapist, Lida took up writing. She wrote about her animals and people, the city she lived in, and various escapades involving the animals, people and city. Then she wrote a few chapters of a historical novel, which won her a scholarship to attend the San Francisco Writers’ Conference. Which led her to harbor the faint, flickering hope that she could complete a mystery novel that could possibly entertain and engage a hand

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Lida Sideris

Like her heroine, Corrie Locke, Lida Sideris worked as an entertainment attorney for a film studio. Unlike her heroine, she did not get blackmailed into investigating a mysterious death. Lida has written numerous magazine and newspaper articles, a poem or two, and a teleplay. She shares her home with her family and an assortment of rescue dogs and uppity chickens. Lida can be reached at: www.lidasideris.com/
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law 16/12/2017 01:00 16/12/2017 02:00 Wagner and Winick On the Law https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law Author and Lawyer Lida Sideris has published her first novel. As she describes her transition to fiction writing, Lida says . . . Not willing to fork over the dough to see a therapist, Lida took up writing. She wrote about her animals and people, the city she lived in, and various escapades involving the animals, people and city. Then she wrote a few chapters of a historical novel, which won her a scholarship to attend the San Francisco Writers’ Conference. Which led her to harbor the faint, flickering hope that she could complete a mystery novel that could possibly entertain and engage a handful of readers. And she did. She really did. Who knew therapy could be such a blast? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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