A Busy, Busy Time




Whenever a new book comes out, there is so much to do--plus life keeps moving on.

The book, of course, is Tangled Webs, # 15 in the Rocky Bluff P.D. series. I can assure you when I wrote Final Respects eons ago I had no idea that I'd have 15 books in the series!

That first book was inspired by my late police officer son-in-law who stopped by in the morning after his graveyard shift ended for coffee and to chat about his night. He's the first officer who took me on a ride-along. And yes, I was greatly influenced by all the things he told me. He even let me look at his written reports. 

We lived in Oxnard California at the time, but that first book wasn't published until we'ld been in Springville for several years. It underwent many rewrites and several publishers.

Tangled Webs, though a part of the series can be read as a stand-alone though many of the characters who appeared in the first book are in this one too. In fact, the characters are what kept me writing new books. I wanted to see what happened to them next.

I've got some in-person events, and I've planned a blog tour to begin later this month.

I want to do a book signing her in my hometown, but haven't figured out where or when yet.

Of course I've sent out my October newsletter with information about the book as well as posting on Twitter and Facebook. 

And, guess what? I'm writing the next in the series whenever I can squeeze in the time.

If you'd like to buy the book, here's the Amazon link:  https://tinyurl.com/yabj9z9f

It;s available for the Kindle and in trade paperback.

Remember, I write this series as F. M. Meredith

Marilyn

Comments

Thonie Hevron said…
Whenever I feel like I'm just too busy, one of your posts comes along and wow, I realize I'm not. You are always busy and what an inspiration!

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