Monthly Archives: March 2014

Weekend Update: March 29-30, 2014

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

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Thirsty

(Now living away from Maine, today’s guest, writer Noelle Carle misses what we take for granted–our ocean, lakes, and streams) My youngest sister lived for several years in Colorado. While there, she wrote longingly of the bodies of water that … Continue reading

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Getting Away With Murder

James Hayman:  It wasn’t really McCabe’s kind of place. Or Maggie’s either.  A dreary little hangout on the edge of town somewhere in rural Georgia where a few hardcore drinkers started downing shots at about eight in the morning and … Continue reading

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Bringing People (Back) to Life

Lea Wait, here, very close to celebrating the publication (April 4) of my latest historical for young people ages 8 and up, Uncertain Glory. As people have heard about the book (the latest in the books I’ve written set in … Continue reading

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Dedications, Dinner, and the Debut of DEAL KILLER

  Yesterday my first two copies of the newest Darby Farr Mystery arrived via Fed Ex. Vicki Doudera here. It’s always such an exciting moment to hold a new book in your hands, rifle through the pages, and feel that … Continue reading

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