Monthly Archives: September 2016

Red at Night, Mainers delight

Kate Flora here, red with mortification at forgetting to blog today. It’s a long story. Anyway, in case you still tune in today, here are a few of the gorgeous sunsets we’ve been enjoying lately.

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Going with strength

John Clark with an admission or two. Unlike sister Kate, I didn’t grow up to be a writer. True, I had a vivid and dangerous imagination, but wanted to be a baseball player and later just wanted to survive. Writing … Continue reading

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The Dog in the Room

Dorothy Cannell: I currently have on my refrigerator a photo of an eleven-day-old Cavalier King Charles puppy, eyes still sealed shut and a bald nose. His name is Watson. I know that because I chose it after asking my dog loving … Continue reading

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What Am I Up To?

Hi. Barb here and thank you so much for asking. I have an embarrassment of riches in the last quarter of 2016–two books launching! Eggnog Murder is coming October 25, 2015 in hardcover, ebook, and audio. (Large print is coming … Continue reading

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Where Did The Summer Go?

As I sit here on the evening of the first day of autumn, watching this year’s potato crop being harvested, I can’t help but ask, “Where did the summer go?” Up here in The County we joke that “I overslept … Continue reading

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