Working on my Next Rocky Bluff P.D. crime Novel

Or at least that's what I should be doing. I've had so many distractions, it's going to take a bit of doing to get my mind set right.

I need to immerse myself in Rocky Bluff--the small beach community somewhere between Ventura and Santa Barbara. When I'm there in my mind, it seems like a very real place with the bluff that's give the town it's name, the battered rental houses on the beach front, the rotted pier, the homes that climb the sloping hillside leading to the freeway, the ranches and orange groves on the other side of the freeway, and the businesses that line the main drag, Valley Blvd.

Oh, I was going to tell you what story lines I need to continue, but I can't do that because it would spoil the book that is coming in 2013, Dangerous Impulses.

Sometimes this whole writing process is weird. One book at the publishers while writing the next one. And in my case, I'm also working on the edits for my next Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery which I'll need to send off after the first of the year.

If you'd like to get acquainted with the Rocky Bluff P.D. officers and their wives, get a copy of No Bells by F. M. Meredith. Though the characters and what's going on in their lives continue, the main story is always completed in each book.

So, if I can just keep myself from reading new emails until later and keep off of Facebook, maybe I can get some writing done.

Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith

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