Monthly Archives: August 2012

Me and My Encyclopedias

Lea Wait, here.¬†As many of you know, I grew up in a family of antique dealers. As a child my summer Saturday mornings were spent in Round Pond, Maine, attending outdoor country auctions run by Robert Foster, father of the … Continue reading

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Dog Days

In the last days of August in Maine we try to wring every last drop of summer from the few warm days remaining before autumn. We all have projects we swore we’d finish; mine include refinishing a floor, developing a … Continue reading

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Hitting the Trail for Ideas

Vicki Doudera here, hitting the dusty trails in Western Maine even as you read this! Each year, I hike with a dozen Midcoast Maine girl friends somewhere in New England for two or three days, and this is our 16th … Continue reading

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Perceptions

The alternate title for this post is “Are you sure we’re talking about the same book?” My forty-sixth and forty-seventh published books recently hit stores a week apart and with that came both reviews and emails from readers. I like … Continue reading

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That Doesn’t Happen Here

Gerry Boyle here. Interrupting your lovely Maine summer with a bit of a reality check. Heroin. Triple murders. Brutal beatings. That’s the news from “Maine, the way life should be” this week. Sorry to rain on your lobster dinner but … Continue reading

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