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.

You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter as well, so just pick your social networking poison and share the words, share the love.

And if you need to contact me, well, go to my “About” page and fill out the form.

The latest:

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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:

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31 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Marie Foose said:

    Will there be another Far Seek Chronicles book? I really enjoyed the first two and am hoping for another!

  2. Hi, Marie! I responded to you off-site. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Dana Phippen said:

    Will you ever write a sequel/series to “Some Kind of River”? I just finished this novella and loved it and of course Mel and Dez.

    • Hi, there–thanks for stopping by!

      NOTE: SPOILER BELOW! Don’t read any further if you haven’t read “Some Kind of River.”

      At this point, I’m not planning a sequel to “Some Kind of River,” which I originally wrote and published with Torquere Press in 2008, I believe it was. When the rights to that story reverted to me, I then re-wrote it as a novella and self-published it on Kindle (as you know). When I originally wrote the story, I had never conceived of it as anything but a standalone, because I like thinking of Dez and Mel as happy in their initial decision to act on their attraction and engage in a relationship. I don’t like thinking of them as possibly not working out, and a sequel would have to delve into whether or not their relationship was going to work or not, and I don’t like thinking of them as not working out, though obviously that does happen with relationships. But here, I wanted to retain the elements of romance and hopefulness between them. That’s why I wrote “Some Kind of River” as a standalone, because I liked trying to capture that moment where two people realize they have deeper feelings for each other and they might make a good match, and I liked thinking that readers could maybe see possibility in their own lives, because these two took a chance.

      Now, I have delved into the “meat” of relationships in the two series I write. One is a mystery series set in New Mexico and the other is a sci fi series. The main characters in each of them experience the euphoria and romance of finding someone who might be really special, and in each book, I explore deeper layers of those relationships because people and relationships change as time passes. Those two series I initially conceived of and designed as series, so I was fully prepared to throw my characters into the messy aspects of relationships, in addition to the fun stuff.

      Having said that, I am currently finishing up another romance novella with a couple of characters I think you might enjoy and that one I conceived as something that would, in fact, have a sequel. I’ll leave it at that. I hope to publish this novella on Kindle next month (March 2013).

      And having said all that, I have another standalone romance full-length novel that I’ve just about completed. I hope to possibly have that ready for public consumption this fall. Stay tuned… :D

      And thank you so much for reading and I’m so glad you like Dez and Mel. They do have a special place in my heart.


  4. kimberly gandy said:

    Will there be anything else pertaining “from the boots up”? I really enjoyed the story and like to know what will happen with them.

  5. Maryanne Geary said:

    “From the Boots Up” was a terrific read. Thank you. ~~Maryanne

  6. Jennifer Ice said:

    Just finished “From the Boots Up”. Wow. I grew up a country girl and memories came flooding back. That book didn’t even feel like I was reading. It was like I was living it. You know its a good book when you can’t remember turning any pages and next thing you know it is the end. I would love a follow up.

  7. Christy Mahoney said:

    I absolutely loved From the Boots Up! I enjoyed all the warm hearted characters. Looking forward to reading more… very easy read! Great writing Andi…

  8. From the Boots Up,is the best lesbian romance book I have ever read. I sure hope you have another one on the way.

  9. Lynn Horn said:

    Hi Andi,

    Just wanted to say thank you for the great work you’re doing. I’m always happy to find a great bard and you work is up there with the best. I especially loved your fantasy series and can’t wait for the next book. :) You’re work reminds me of Elizabeth Moon’s Vatta’s series. Which I hope you take as a compliment. All the best for the future.

    A fan.

  10. Matilda Ferguson said:

    Thank you, I really enjoyed the book. I kinda wish I could find my own cowgirl. I would like to read more stories about Meg and Gina

  11. Holy smokes, From the Boots Up was a wonderful book! I read a lot but this is the first love story I’ve read featuring two women. I like your writing style and what a great story. Thanks for the great read!
    I see from other comments that there’s more to come with Meg and Gina and that makes me happy. :)

  12. a strong talent, good art, and a warm read. thank you.

  13. Just finished “From the Boots Up”. I feel strongly that you should continue to save me from being subjected to the drivel that’s out there by giving me awesome stuff to read! Kthx! ;)

  14. ROSE ANN said:


  15. Just read From The Boots Up and From The Hat Down. Great characters all round. Loved them all! It was easy to become involved in the twists and turns of Meg and Gina’s relationship and couldn’t turn the pages fast enought (figuratively speaking as was an ebook!)
    Looking forward to reading more of your books as they’re published.

  16. Thank you so much for reading and I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

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