Monthly Archives: September 2013

Why Antiques?

Lea Wait, posting. Yesterday I attended a symposium on Maine antiques run by the Maine Antique Dealers Association, of which I’m a former board member, and The Kennebunkport Historical Society. (No, I’m not a member of the KPHDS, but I am … Continue reading

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Sunday Update: September 29, 2013

Next week at Maine Crime Writers we’ll be featuring posts from Lea Wait (Monday), Jim Hayman (Tuesday), Barb Ross (Wednesday), John Clark (Thursday), and Kate Flora (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog … Continue reading

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ADVENTURES IN RESEARCH

Susan Vaughan here. I’ve written about this adventure—more correctly, misadventure—before, but readers and other writers have encouraged me to share it again. I think they need a chuckle or two. A few years ago the Romance Writers of America conference … Continue reading

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How it Begins

Vicki Doudera here, and before I start this week’s post, let me follow up on last week’s Wrath of the Whites. If you recall, the day of that post was the day I left for a 3 day hiking trip … Continue reading

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Not a Mystery . . . or is it?

Kate Emerson here, Kaitlyn Dunnett’s evil twin, the one who writes “non-mystery historical novels set at the court of Henry the Eighth.” With the sixth of these now available in trade paperback, as an ebook, and unabridged from Audible.com, it … Continue reading

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