A Short Break in Guest Posts
Hasn't this been great? An opportunity to meet so many authors and read about their great books? What's that great saying: "So Many Books, So Little Time", it truly fits in this situation.
While all this has been going on, I've been working on my next Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery and gearing up for the launch of my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery, A Crushing Death, which will appear in March--not sure exactly when.
I can't believe it's #12 in this series. I'd found a great photo for the cover, but didn't know where I got it, so we had to go for another--but this one fits. There is a condemned pier in the story, and this pretty much gives the impression of having seen better days.
And yes, I've been planning another blog tour--more about that later.
I've also been slowly, but surely getting some in-person events lined up.
The first one will be in March--fingers crossed that I'll actually have books by then--when I'll head over to the coast to speak to the Central Coast Sisters in Crime about, drum roll please, Putting Together and Promoting a Blog Tour. That's scheduled for March 26 at 10 a.m. at the Nipomo Library.
I belong to the Central Coast Chapter but don't live near there so I don't get to meetings often.
A high school teacher emailed and asked if I'd come speak to a couple of her classes about writing--of course I said "yes." I only know it'll be in April.
I'm also going to have a booth at the Jackass Mail Run here in Springville--it's only a half day affair--also an April event.
The only conference I'm planning to attend this year is the Public Safety Writers Association's which is always held in July in Las Vegas. http://policewriter.com
I'm sure as time passes, I'll have a lot more appearances to add to my calendar.
Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith