Monthly Archives: December 2015

In Fine Libraries Everywhere

Kate Flora: There’s an old New Yorker cartoon I remember from my childhood, where the husband is saying on the phone: “She’s not here. She’s at fine stores everywhere.” Well, for me—the second-hand queen—I am rarely found at stores, but … Continue reading

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Another Country, Eventually My Own

John Clark following up on a Facebook post from earlier this month that got a couple interesting reactions. I’m in the editing mode on my current book, needing to cut about 20,000 words as well as wrap it up solidly. … Continue reading

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A Visit from the Vet

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. Yes, you read that title correctly—it’s from, not to. In my part of Maine, we have a veterinarian who makes house calls. No more packing three cats (or, once upon a time, four cats and … Continue reading

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Fitting In

Jessie: In Northern New England where the lawn is still disconcertingly green. I love the holidays. I love the nostalgia, the traditions, the fun of secrets and surprises. But what I love most is the end of it all. It’s … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: December 26-27, 2015

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Jessie Crockett (Monday), Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Tuesday), John Clark (Wednesday), Kate Flora (Thursday), and a mystery post on Friday, the first day of 2016. Happy New Year, everyone! … Continue reading

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