Category Archives: Maureen’s Posts

It’s that E.B. White ode to summer time of year again

Well, it’s not even summer and it’s been 90 degrees out for two days. I’ve had enough. But one great thing about it, is that it’s a great segue into my June tradition of writing about E.B. White’s beautiful essay, … Continue reading

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There’s no research like being there

Late Friday afternoon I was piddling around, trying to get some writing and other stuff done, when a realization struck me: It was a gloomy, cold and rainy Friday of Memorial Day weekend. Yeah, I know, when isn’t it? But … Continue reading

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There are so many ways to tell a good story

I spend a lot of time scrolling through the offerings on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, etc. looking for just the right thing to watch. I’m often in the mood for true crime documentary, and I feel sometimes like I’ve watched … Continue reading

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Sisters (and brothers) celebrate a special crime-filled birthday

Sisters in Crime began 30 years ago as a way to support and advocate for female writers, who … wait for it… weren’t getting nearly as many reviews as male writers were, as well as a lack of attention for … Continue reading

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There’s still time to catch the Crime Wave!

I know what you’re thinking: it’s too late, it’s hard to make plans for a spring Saturday. Geez, I don’t even write! Put those thoughts aside, Negative Nelly and Ned. You DO want to go to the Maine Crime Wave. … Continue reading

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