Author Archives: marilynm

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.

Promotion, Not My Favorite Task

As all writers know, promotion is a necessary part of being an author. Necessary if we are to sell our books. Though I can’t speak for ever author, I know that I’d much rather be spending my time writing. Because … Continue reading

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Oh, My, This Way and That

Because I have two books that will be appearing shortly, plus other publishing work—I’ve been going this way and that. It’s been important to try and prioritize, not always easy. My next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery is due out this … Continue reading

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A Real Mystery Solved and Future Planning

A Real Mystery Solved and Future Planning If I were to write a story about what happened, it would be titled “The Case of the Missing Bible.” Bibles aren’t something you expect to an item a burglar would steal–not even … Continue reading

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Wowee, Zowee! July Has Been Busy

So busy, I’m late once again. The life of this author has been jam-packed. So jam-packed I have not been able to finish the book I’ve been working on. Not all bad, because I had other writing jobs to do … Continue reading

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An Adventurous Research Trip

My next Deputy Tempe Crabtree book is set in Tehachapi, California, a mountain community famous for its wind machines. However, it has a lot more going for it and though I’m writing a mystery, I wanted to show some of … Continue reading

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‘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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