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  Character Development

October 27 A Sane Person Would Have Given Up

October 28  Why I Love Speaking Engagements

October 29 Where Some of the Ideas Came From

October 30  https.//  Rocky Bluff the Setting for Tangled Webs

November 1  The Big Question—How Do You Plot?

November 2 An Excerpt from Tangled Webs

November 3  Is a Critique Group for You?

November 4  Why Do I Keep on Writing?

November 5 What’s Next?

November 6  Writing Habits

November 7  What I’m Thankful for as a Writer

November 8 Why I Write Police Procedurals

November 9   The Real Murder That May Have Influenced My Mystery Writing

November 10  Why I Love Blogs—Reading and Writing for Them

November 11  Never Giving Up in the Tough Times

November 12  The Biggest Plus of Being a Mystery Writers

November 13  Preparation for What Should be Next

November 14 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.


The first blog is up and ready to read.
Unfortunately the comments for that blog aren't working, but the 2nd one is up and the comments are working there.

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