Thursday, January 8, 2009

Started a Blog for Rocky Bluff P.D.

Just for fun I started a blog for my Rocky Bluff P.D. series http://rockybluffpd.blogspot.com/

I'm hoping this is another way to interest people in my latest, No Sanctuary, coming soon from Oak Tree Press.

Periodically I have the characters tell about themselves on the blog. Today is Officer Stacey Wilbur.

Take a peek and let me know what you think.

Marilyn

10 comments:

Morgan Mandel said...

Great job with that new blogspot. I love the effect between the darkness and the pictures.

Morgan Mandel
http://morganmandel.blogspot.com
http://www.morganmandel.com

Marvin D. Wilson said...

Good idea to have your characters speak for themselves - adds interest and twist.

Suggestion - if you want more people to visit your other site, have it hotlinked in your post text so they can just click and go.

BillieJohn said...

Great idea, Marilyn....and thanks for your suggestion, Marvin. I have fired up that link!

Billie

Katie Hines said...

Good luck with gaining interest for your new book. I think this whole blogging thing is great to do that!

Helen Ginger said...

Great idea to draw in readers for your book. Good luck!

Christina E. Rodriguez said...

She sounds like a cool cop. I'm excited!

F. M. Meredith, author said...

I've got a new post about the Rocky Bluff P.D. on the blogspot:

http://rockybluffpd.blogspot.com/

And I don't know how to make it a hot link--not too sharp with some of this stuff.

Marilyn
http://fictionforyou.com

Beth Groundwater said...

Boy, I admire you! I have enough trouble keeping up with one blog, let along two!

Ann Parker said...

Hi Marilyn,
What a great idea, having a blog for your character!
I'll be back to visit.
You might want to add that link somewhere permanent and prominent on this blog so it doesn't roll down and out of sight.

Annay Dawson said...

I also think it is a great idea and especially when you think about Blog book tours and what people are searching for lately. I think people are getting more careful on what they spend their money on and this way they have a chance to get hooked on the novels.