Yes, Marina Martindale is Still Alive and Well

Okay, life happens, and sometimes you just get so darn busy that you forget things, like updating your blog.

So, what has Marina been up too?

I’ve been keeping busy with real life and spending quality time with friends. Writing can be such a solitary profession, and, if I allowed it, I could easily become a hermit. Fortunately, I’m not about to let that happen. I spend a lot of time supporting musician friends at local venues, such as The Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley, and Monterey Court in Tucson. I’m a big believer in artists supporting other artists, regardless of their genre. Some of my musician friends are also fans of my books, so we have this mutual fan thingy going on. Other musician friends have helped me with some of my projects. Jazz singer Sheryl Ann McKinley provided the voiceover for The Reunion book trailer, as well as for my upcoming Betrayal book trailer. Another Tucson singer, Gigi Chanteuse, did the voiceover for The Deception¬†book trailer. Rob Resetar, who helps produce and direct all of them, is a musician as well. It’s a real honor to have such talented musicians as friends.

So yes, Marina Martindale is still alive and well, and when I’m not writing, I’m busy pursuing another of my life’s passions–photography. I’ve started another novel too and I’ll tell you more about it later. In the meantime I hope you too will support live music in your community.

MM

 

Five Way Street perform at the Elks Theater in Prescott, Arizona. Photo by Marina Martindale.
Five Way Street at the Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley, Arizona. Photo by Marina Martindale.
Sly Slipesky, Sheryl Ann McKinley, Jason Carder and Jack Wood at Monterey Court, Tucson, Arizona. Photo by Marina Martindale.