Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Home for the Holidays

Vicki Doudera here on this Saturday before Christmas, to tell you about one of the best gifts ever. It’s not a soft cashmere sweater, although those can come in handy on these brisk winter days.  And it’s not an all-expenses … Continue reading

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Interview with Sylvie Kurtz

Please welcome New Hampshire writer Sylvie Kurtz to Maine Crime Writers. Sylvie graciously agreed to be interviewed here today. Kaitlyn Dunnett: You’ve written some twenty novels, varying from paranormals to the six-book Seekers series for Harlequin Intrigue to stand-alone novels … Continue reading

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When the only justice is made up

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here, and I have to confess that my heart isn’t in this. It’s been a difficult week, from a distance or up close. After the Newtown shootings, I joined the rest of the country. Stunned. Paralyzed. … Continue reading

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Why I’m Scared of Christmas Trees

Kate Flora here, taking a break from frantically writing toward a deadline to chat about a totally unwriterly subject: the holiday tree and other sources of seasonal angst. I grew up in a traditional small town household where everyone had a … Continue reading

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Occasional dispatches from the Maine wilderness-The 4:15 Snowplow and NANOWRIMO

  Sounds play a big part in my real and writing lives. When we moved from Chelsea to Hartland, one of my nonnegotiable conditions was that we had to have a metal roof. Our Chelsea home had suffered a fire … Continue reading

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