Checking In by Marilyn Meredith

I've been so busy with guests I haven't had a free space to post on my own blog.

I gave a talk in December to the newly formed Bakersfield chapter of Sisters in Crime. Met some wonderful women and sold a lot of books.

We had a fun Christmas Eve with relatives including three great grandkids. There's nothing like seeing little ones open presents.

We don't do anything special New Year's Eve, but New Year's Day we have relatives over for my special Seafood Gumbo and for those who don't like seafood--Chicken Posole. After stuffing ourselves, we played a rollicking game of Estimation. Always fun.

I've been working on a new Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery and putting together a blog tour for my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery, A Crushing Death, due out in March. The blog tour will begin in mid-April.

After not being able to attend too many meetings of the San Joaquin chapter of Sisters in Crime, I was able to start the New Year out right by going to their first meeting in January.

I gave a talk to the Tulare Kings Writers group about promotion on Saturday, 16th, and I've made appearances on other people's blogs.

I'm looking forward to a productive year and spending lots of great time with family. 

I'll be posting my schedule for the blog tour here and I do hope some of you will follow along. I'll name a character in my next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery after the person who comments on the most blogs 

See you soon. 

Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith


Paul Smith said…
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Amy Bennett said…
Your blog and facebook posts always offer me a lot of encouragement that, no matter how busy our days are, we must find time to do what we love to do!
Thanks, Amy, I hope that you'll keep on writing and doing all those other things that make you happy!
GBPool said…
Always enjoy hearing about your activities. I have learned about some very good writers on your blog, even bought a few books. Thanks for keeping us posted.

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