Friday, May 30, 2014

Want to Help With Next Rocky Bluff P.D.Mystery?

Because I'm doing the final edits to the next Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery, it's time to start thinking about what I should write about in my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery.

Of course there are some ongoing plots:

How is Rick Strickland going to be as a father? And especially to a child with special needs.

What about the romance Gordon Butler is having with Lizette Gibbs? Will it go forward without any glitches?

What new might happen in Doug and Stacey Milligan's life that could cause an upset?

How is Chief Chandra Taylor fitting in?

Nothing much new has happened in the life of Abel Navarro and his wife, Maria. Any insights?

And then there's Vaughn Aragon who has gone through some tough times. Will life ease up for him?

Will things change in the town of Rocky Bluff after the natural disaster it experienced? And if so what?

There's some questions, anyone have some answers for me?

Of course I have some ideas myself, but I thought it would be fun to have some of my readers and fans chime in.

Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith


6 comments:

Lorna Collins - said...

All of the above! I want to know what happens with all of them!

sue mcginty said...

What a great idea, Marilyn. Let me ponder a bit.

I could use some help myself with the one I'm writing now. All my good ideas seem to turn into wet Kleenex when I put them down on paper.

paulfahey said...

I agree with Sue. Wished I'd thought of this before. Hey, I don't have any fans. Oh, well...

Marilyn Meredith a.k.a. F. M. Meredith said...

Well, we'll see if anything new turns up. Glad to hear from all of you though.

Jackie Taylor Zortman said...

I'm with Lorna and Sue on this one. Great questions, but I know you've already got some pretty good ideas on how to work all of those topics through. You continue to amaze me with your ability to write one book after another with what appears to be relative easiness.

Marilyn Meredith a.k.a. F. M. Meredith said...

Jackie, it's not easy, I can tell you. I have to really think hard, and sometimes that's not so simple.