Monthly Archives: September 2012

Crime Writing Workshops in Maine – a guest post by MWPA Executive Director Joshua Bodwell

Joshua Bodwell is the Executive Director of the non-profit Maine Writers and Publisher’s Alliance,   whose mission is to enrich the cultural life of Maine by supporting writers, publishers, and the literary arts. The MWPA is the only state-wide literary arts … Continue reading

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Tips on Research: Hands-On Research

Welcome to another installment of an irregular series of posts on research. The material that follows is adapted from How To Write Killer Historical Mysteries: The Art and Adventure of Sleuthing Through the Past (Perseverance Press, 2008) by Kathy Lynn … Continue reading

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Interview with Maine Writer Kelly McClymer

Please welcome today’s guest, Maine writer, Kelly McClymer. I first met Kelly, who lives in Orono, when we were both writing romance. We were in a critique group together for many years. She is a talented, multi-published writer who is … Continue reading

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Pinterest for Authors

Hi. Barb here. I originally heard about Pinterest from one of my kids (in this case my daughter), which is how I hear about most new websites and stuff. I took a poke around and thought–“I don’t get it. What … Continue reading

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The Bride Wore Cowboy Boots

James Hayman:  This will be a short entry.  It will also be slightly off subject for the simple reason that for the past week or so I haven’t given a single thought to fictional heroes or villains or the dastardly … Continue reading

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