Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Maine Mulch Murder nonfiction edition

Kate and I inherited numerous things from our late mother, A. Carman Clark. In addition to getting her writing fascination with language genes, we also acquired her sense of culinary adventure and her love of gardening. This latter one wasn’t … Continue reading

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Some of Our Favorite Maine Places

Even though we spend much of our time chained to our desks, trying to finish books and meet deadlines, the gorgeous Maine summer will drag us outside. Today, we’re sharing part one of our posts on some of our special … Continue reading

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POPULAR CRIME PAYS

Foul deeds will rise, Though all the earth o’erwhelm them, to men’s eyes. (William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act I, Scene 2) Susan Vaughan here. My husband shakes his head at my fascination with the court news and crime articles in the … Continue reading

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Maine Coon Cats – American Originals

A year ago I wrote about a fabulous writing retreat I went to in Old Orchard Beach. Four writers with the same agent and new contracts to write mysteries. What a difference a year makes! Now two of those books … Continue reading

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Yet Another Hidden Gem

James Hayman:  I’d never call myself a gourmet. In fact, I dislike the term gourmet altogether. To me it sounds pompous and self-satisfied.  It also brings to mind (my mind at least) an unhealthy interest in self-pleasuring (No, not that … Continue reading

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