Monthly Archives: March 2017

Welcome Maine Author Sandra Neily

by Barb, in her last post from Key West, beginning the long trek back to Maine at the end of the month Please welcome my guest, Sandra Neily. Sandra’s debut mystery, Deadly Trespass, is up on Kindle and will soon … Continue reading

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A Deep, Dark, Stunningly Atmospheric Work

Note from Kate: A few years ago, I was asked to look at a draft novel and give the author some advice. That author was Drew Yanno and the book was In The Matter of Michael Vogel. I was impressed. Advised. And … Continue reading

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What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading From time to time, it’s fun to check in with our writers and see what they’re reading, Here is what some of us are reading during this gloomy, snowy, yes, we’re sick of it, Month of March: … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: March 18-19, 2017

Next week at Maine Crime Writers, there will be posts by Kate Flora (Tuesday), Barb Ross (Wednesday), Dorothy Cannell (Thursday) and Jen Blood (Friday). On Monday, we will have a group post on What We’re Reading.   In the news department, … Continue reading

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Where Do Ideas Come From?

Over the past sixteen years I’ve made a lot of appearances as an author. I’ve spoken to kindergarten students and senior citizens, other writers and “pre-published” authors, library patrons, school groups, conferences, festivals …. a lot of people, in a … Continue reading

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