Monthly Archives: June 2016

Windjammer Days

by Barb, in Maine at last It’s Windjammer Days in Boothbay Harbor. My husband, Bill Carito, has gotten deep into iPhone photography, so we took a Balmy Days harbor tour billed especially for photographers. The day was foggy and damp, … Continue reading

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Ten Tips for Tuning Up Your Descriptions

Kate Flora:┬áThere are so many challenges facing a writer who is trying to craft fiction that sometimes descriptions fall far down the list. By the time an author has developed a cast of characters, created a plot filled with twists … Continue reading

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“WHO ARE YOU?”

Vaughn Hardacker here: This past week I attended Caribou’s summer event called Thursday on Sweden (I blogged about this last year) a bi-weekly event held on Sweden Street in Caribou. I set up my canopy, attached the banner that proudly … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: June 25-26, 2016

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Vaughan Hardacker (Monday), Kate Flora (Tuesday), Dick Cass (Wednesday), Barb Ross (Thursday), and ??? (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog regularly … Continue reading

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And Now For Something Completely Different

John Clark sharing a bit of my college experience and a most amazing friend who I met during that time. I graduated in a class of 38 from Union High School in June of 1966. Since most everyone who was … Continue reading

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