This is ANDI MARQUETTE, writer and editor. Not in the right place? Oh, well. Hang out for a bit, anyway!
And if you are in the right place, here’s a handy Book List for you to print out and reference in case you need to know the order of the books in my New Mexico mystery series and my sci fi Far Seek Chronicles.
So pull up a log and hang out a bit at the campfire or wander on through. Check the Situation Room blog for info about what I’m up to and other writerly-oriented things. I’ll make some stuff available here for your reading pleasure. Or at least I’ll tell you where you can find it.
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And if you need to contact me, well, go to my “About” page and fill out the form.
Okay, all — stay tuned for newz about the Far Seek Chronicles. Yes, they are currently off the market, but I’m working hard to get them back on AND release a 4th in the series. WOOOO! So stay with me, luv bugs!
Get yer swerve on for the holidays! My latest novel, The Bureau of Holiday Affairs, will be joining you in NOVEMBER 2015. It’s my take on the classic Dickens novella, A Christmas Carol. But there’s romance, too. WOOO!
It’s not quite out and about yet, but here’s an excerpt, if you’re so inclined. :D
Stay tuned for The Bureau.
In the meantime, IT’S HERE! My take on Sleepy Hollow:
You can also catch an excerpt on my site. Here.
And here’s an interview I did with HEA USAToday about this very book. AND here’s a chat I did with colleague Jove Belle that includes a reading! And yet another reading from Sleepy Hollow as well as from some of my other Halloween-ish work. Find that HERE.
And because R.G. Emanuelle and I had so much fun the last go-’round with a food anthology, we’re doing it again!
We’re still collecting stories, darlings. CLICK HERE for details. You’ve got until January 15, 2016.
All You Can Eat is a Rainbow Award Runner-Up, 2014!
AND! All You Can Eat is a finalist for a Lambda! Here’s the full list of the 27th Lambda nominee finalists.
I have short stories this year in the following anthologies: