Publishing in the E-Age Panel

Once again I'm fortunate to be joining a panel of members of the Central Coast chapter of Sister in Crime for a panel on the E-age.

Frankly, the Internet has opened up a whole  new way of doing things for me--and for the people on the panel. 

We'll be meeting in the Atascadero Library on Saturday, October 25th, 1-4.

I hope some of you in the area will come and see us.

Our illustrious panel consists of:

Susan Tuttle

Professional editor and award-winning author of the "Write It Right" 5-star review e-Book series now available on Kindle, "Tangled Webs," a novel of suspense available on and Kindle (print and ebook). Just released! "Proof of Identity" as both print and ebook on Check out my blog at: <>

Barbara M. Hodges

Barbara M. Hodges is the author or co-author of nine published works of fiction.  She was introduced to e-books fifteen years ago when Hard Shell Word Factory published her first book, The Blue Flame, in electronic format as well as print. Barbara bought her first reader not too soon after, and has been a huge fan of the format every since.

Three years ago Barbara became interested in Indie publishing and has published her last five fiction books herself in print format as well as electronic format.

She has two traditional publishers for four of her books as well as her indi published books and is proud to say that when side by side you cannot tell the difference between any of the nine.

Barbara’s books can be found at all online book sellers as well as many brick and mortar stores.


Marilyn Meredith

Marilyn Meredith is the author of over thirty-five published novels, including the award winning Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery series, the latest Spirit Shapes from Mundania Press. Writing as F. M. Meredith, her latest Rocky Bluff P.D. crime novel is Murder in the Worst Degree from Oak Tree Press. She was e-published long before there was such a thing as an e-reader. Marilyn is a member of three chapters of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and on the board of the Public Safety Writers of America. She lives in the foothills of the Sierra. Visit  her at and her blog at

Paul Alan Fahey

PAUL ALAN FAHEY writes for JMS Books. He is the author of the Lovers and Liars gay wartime romantic suspense series, and the editor of the 2013 Rainbow Award-winning anthology, The Other Man: 21 Writers Speak Candidly About Sex, Love, Infidelity, &Moving On. His first LGBT novella, The View From 16 Podwale Street, published by JMS Books, won a 2012 Rainbow Award. Over the years, Paul’s writing has appeared in numerous literary journals such as Byline, Palo Alto Review, Long Story Short, African American Review, The MacGuffin, Thema, Gertrude, Kaleidoscope, and in a variety of fiction and nonfiction anthologies from Carry the Light, Cup of Comfort, My Mom’s My Hero, to Writing on Walls, and Somewhere in Crime. He lives on the California Central Coast with his husband, Robert Franks, and a gaggle of shelties.

You'll find out about publishing electronically and the promotion that goes along with it.

We'll all have copies of our books for you to peruse and purchase if you're so inclined, and of course where to find them if you'd rather read on your electronic device.

Marilyn aka F.M. Meredith


The event begins at 1:30 p.m. and I'm giving copies away of the early books in the Deputy Tempe Crabtree series.

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