I Took on Another Job

Those of you who know me also know that I already have too much to do. This is kind of a labor of love/

I've belonged to the San Joaquin chapter of Sisters in Crime from the beginning. In fact, I attended the first get-together of like-minded women at the Red Lobster in Fresno for the founding of this chapter and I've been a member ever since.



Because Fresno is a long way from my little village of Springville, I never served as an officer or committee members. 

When the president began talking about modernizing the chapter in different ways, especially the promotion, I suggested that we have a blog. Guess what? She asked me to do it.

Because I've been blogging for such a long time I thought it would be a cinch to set it up. Not so. I ran into all sorts of problems, including getting the URL wrong. It took me forever trying to figure out how to fix it. Then I didn't like the way the format looked so back to square one.

I'm sure as time goes one I may do some more tweaking, but for now you can find it at:
The first post was an introduction to the blog titled, Will Kill for a Story.

The next is about the coming meeting.

Every post will either be by one of the members or showcasing the coming meeting. I'm hoping for lots of member participation.

Marilyn

Comments

That's just amazing, Marilyn. I simply do not know how you do all that you fit into every single day. You are inspirational, but I don't think I can keep up with your pace.
Marja said…
Congratulations, Marilyn! You came up with a great idea. Can't wait to check it out.
Marja McGraw
Jackie: I really don't do all that much. I just don't talk on the phone or leave the house that much.

Marja: It's one way I can do my part for the chapter I belong to.
Thonie Hevron said…
Was this the interview with Simon Wood?
Terell Byrd said…
Thank you Marilyn. You have been a lifesaver and I hope you know how much we love and value you at San Joaquin Sisters in Crime. I looked at the post on Simon Wood this morning and thought, "Oh great, Marilyn found a synopsis." I was at the end of the second paragraph before I realized I wrote the piece - I am going to have to think about getting a full night's sleep. Soon!
Thonie, I'm doing the entire SJ Sisters blog--hopefully, I'll soon have others in the chapter contribuing to it.

Ha ha, Terell, that's funny that you didn't recognize your own review. And thanks for the praise--I don't know about being a lifesaver.

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