Blog Tour for TANGLED WEBS
Yep, I'm off on another blog tour, this time for a Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery, Tangled Webs.
I'm so grateful the series has been picked up by a new publisher.
October 26 http://jlgregerblog.blogspot.com/ Character Development
October 27 https://lornacollins-author.blogspot.com A Sane Person Would Have Given Up
October 28 https://www.susantuttlewriters.com Why I Love Speaking Engagements
October 29 https://amymbennetbooks.blogspot.com Where Some of the Ideas Came From
October 30 https.//www.jtzortman.wordpress.com/ Rocky Bluff the Setting for Tangled Webs
November 1 https://mmgornell.wordpress.com/ The Big Question—How Do You Plot?
November 2 http://evelyncullet.com/blog/ An Excerpt from Tangled Webs
November 3 http://gloriagetman.blogspot.com/ Is a Critique Group for You?
November 4 http://www.lindathorne.com/blog/ Why Do I Keep on Writing?
November 5 http://marjamcgraw.blogspot.com/ What’s Next?
November 6 http://jrlindermuth.blogspot.com/ Writing Habits
November 7 https://thoniehevron.wordpress.com/ What I’m Thankful for as a Writer
November 8 https://jwillsbooks.com/blog-posts/ Why I Write Police Procedurals
November 9 https://cncbooksblog.wordpress.com/ The Real Murder That May Have Influenced My Mystery Writing
November 10 https://bookbrowsing.wordpress.com/ Why I Love Blogs—Reading and Writing for Them
November 11 https://pat-writersforum.blogspot.com/ Never Giving Up in the Tough Times
November 12 https://thoniehevron.wordpress.com/ The Biggest Plus of Being a Mystery Writers
November 13 https://kevintipplescorner.blogspot.com/ Preparation for What Should be Next
November 14 https://anastasiapollack.blogspot.com/ Interview of Detective Doug Milligan
Blurb: Too many people are telling lies: The husband of the murder victim and his secretary, the victim’s boss and co-workers in the day care center, her stalker, and Detective Milligan’s daughter.
Bio: F. M. Meredith who is also known as Marilyn once lived in a beach town much like Rocky Bluff. She has many friends and relatives in law enforcement. She’s a member of MWA, 3 chapters of Sisters in Crime and serves on the PSWA Board.