Tag Archives: Malice Domestic

Groundhog Day

Bruce Robert Coffin here at the helm of Maine Crime Writers, wishing all of you a very happy Groundhog Day. Hopefully, Punxsutawney Phil, that most celebrated of weather prognosticators, will see nary a hint of his shadow today, that we … Continue reading

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Happy Reading

Dorothy Cannell: Had a marvelous time at the Malice convention in Bethesda; the feeling is always one of attending a family reunion with only the lovable relatives present. This one was extra special because Katherine Hall Page received the Lifetime Achievement … Continue reading

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“Leaving on a Jet Plane”–Flying out of Portland

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, just back from my annual trek to Malice Domestic and down with a post-conference head cold that may affect how coherent this post is. One thing stands out when I fly these days—flying isn’t as … Continue reading

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Dream Vacation?

Jessie: Eagerly awaiting tomorrow’s start of  the Malice Domestic Conference! Everyone has an idea of their dream vacation. For myself and a lot of the writers I know, some of the best vacations involve attending writing conferences. I realise a working vacation … Continue reading

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Murder without the Gore: Part I

Kathy Lynn Emerson/ Kaitlyn Dunnett here, chiming in on that ever popular topic of categorizing mystery novels. I’m breaking this down into three parts—there is no way to cover everything in one post of reasonable length. The text in all … Continue reading

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