Most of the Excitement is Over

My blog tour is finished, the prize winners have been notified. The two who won books, will be receiving them in a few days. So what's next for Dangerous Impulses--and for me?

I have a radio interview tomorrow with Lori Soard--I suspect it will be recorded then I can post the link. She sent me questions which I printed, though I seem to have lost the 2nd page. I'm not worried though, it will be like chatting with an old friend.

Saturday is my physical book launch. (More about it on Friday. Already I've run into a glitch. My church has planned a picnic that same day--so not only will I not be going to the picnic, most of my church friends will which means they won't be showing up at my launch.

I have a few other blogs I'll be appearing on. Oh, and Dangerous Impulses is now available as an e-book.

Last Saturday, I went to the San Joaquin Sisters in Crime. Sunny Frazier spoke to the group about how publishing had changed over the last years and she asked me to tell some of my experiences. I sold a few books.

Speaking of Sisters in Crime, the first Saturday in May, I 'll be heading over to San Luis Obispo to go to the Central Coast chapter of SinC. The speaker will be a Crime Scene Investigator and they've asked me to bring Dangerous Impulses along with me. I love going over to the coast, partly because I love the ocean, but mainly because I have a lot of good friends there and I'll have the opportunity to spend some time with them.

And in the meantime, I need to get busy on my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery. I have some loose ends to tie up from Dangerous Impulses some of the characters' private lives and of course the RBPD will be faced with a new murder to solve and since I'm on three chapters in, who knows what other adventure these folks will take me on.

This is probably the main reason I keep writing this series, it's the only way I can find out what will happen next to these people.

Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith


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