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About marilynm

Marilyn Meredith is the author of over thirty-five books, including the award winning Deputy Tempe Crabtree series. She is also the author of the Rocky Bluff P.D. series. Her two latest books are Seldom Traveled and Unresolved. She's a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Epic, Public Safety Writers Association.

‘Tis the Season for Book Events

(This is Memorial Day when we all should be thinking about and thanking those who sacrificed their lives for us and our freedom in many wars. Photo is of hubby, a Vietnam Vet.) Many authors are off on tours, visiting … Continue reading

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It’s a Small World/Nothing to do with Disneyland

  Recently I participated in a large outdoor book festival put on by the Visalia Library with lots of help from Leadership Visalia. It was their first annual and one of the best organized of these events I’ve attended. Besides … Continue reading

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Late Again!

This month is zipping by so daggone fast, I didn’t realize this was the last Monday until just a few minutes ago. I suppose at this stage in my life I ought to be slowing down, but it seems I’m … Continue reading

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February is Almost Over!

It’s hard to believe we are almost done with the 2nd month of 2018. This has been a busy one for me. Much of my writing time has been spent re-editing all the books in my Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery … Continue reading

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How My Rocky Bluff P.D. Series Has Changed

Because the entire Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery series is now being re-published by a new house, I’ve been re-editing each book. In the process I’ve found some interesting tidbits and errors, besides the usual typos and repeated words. (My new … Continue reading

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Better Late Than Never

  My day to post was Christmas–I think you’ll all understand why I didn’t. Beside what people usually do who celebrate Christmas we had guests with us. One of my blog mates has already posted about New Year’s resolutions, so … Continue reading

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Thinking About Mystery Conferences for Next Year?

(The above is a panel of police officers from all over the country who’ve were detectives, undercover, and served in many different jobs, and every one I can call my friend.) I’d like to tell you about my favorite, the … Continue reading

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