Tag Archives: Bob Thomas

Weekend Update: June 3-4, 2017

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

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Married to an Artist

    I’d known Bob for about 35 years when he moved to Maine to be with me. We were married a few months later. During those 35 years he’d been a speechwriter, film producer, public relations/media relations expert and consultant … Continue reading

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Layering Images … and Words

Lea Wait here. Visitors to art galleries will usually see a piece of paper near each artist’s work called an “Artist’s Statement;” an explanation in words of what the artist hopes to have said in his paintings, photographs, or sculptures. … Continue reading

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Mind, Body, and Words

Lea Wait, here. Mystery writers work to perfect the first line of their book or story. Is that sentence intriguing? Does it hint at challenges to come? Is it perhaps … scary? Well, today I’m writing a very scary first … Continue reading

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What the heck is Camel-Nosing?

Kate Flora here, hoping you are wondering: So what the heck is “camel-nosing?” Everyone has heard the old Arab story about the camel trying to get into the tent on a cold night, right? And according to Wikipedia: The camel’s … Continue reading

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