Monthly Archives: June 2012

I Love Fenway Park

Hi. Barb here. And I just want to say, I love Fenway Park. Which is interesting, because honestly, I could care less about baseball. When I first came to New England as a young bride, (or more precisely a young … Continue reading

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Murder and Mayhem, Dr. Doug Lyle’s Treasure Trove of Medically Murderous Information

James Hayman:  Lainie Goff, the beautiful young attorney who is murdered in my second thriller The Chill of Night is the victim of something called pithing.  The villain placed the tip of a thin bladed knife (an ice pick would … Continue reading

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Stealing Words

My name is Lea Wait, and I am a thief. I steal words. I don’t steal more than one, or possibly two, at a time, so tracing their origins would be impossible, even for me. I steal them from friends … Continue reading

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Baby, Meet Bathwater

Hello again from Sarah Graves, thinking today about this morning’s headline: “Richard Russo boycotts e-books.” Well, of course he is doing no such thing. He’s simply decided to publish one book, a collaboration with his daughter and son-in-law called Interventions, … Continue reading

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James Taylor as a Villian?

Vicki Doudera here, pondering the answer my daughter gave me just moments ago when I asked her what I should write about for this post. “Blog about the James Taylor concert,” she suggested. That would be Sunday night’s soiree at the Cumberland … Continue reading

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