Tag Archives: Port City Shakedown

In With the Old—and the New

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here, and I’ve been looking forward and backward of late. Forward because Islandport Press, a smart independent publisher in Maine, is going to publish my next Jack McMorrow novel, ONCE BURNED. Backward because Islandport has made … Continue reading

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It’s All In Your Head

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here, just off the bike and ready to write. Well, this being Maine, you’re probably figuring I wasn’t riding the roads. Like most serious cyclists in this neck of the woods I’ve moved to a trainer, … Continue reading

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Imagining Ayla Reynolds–If Only

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here. And I had an entirely different post planned for today (good news on the book front) until I read Amy Calder’s story in the Waterville Morning Sentinel marking the two-year anniversary of the disappearance of Maine … Continue reading

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Writing While You Work

Hey all, Gerry Boyle here. A little stiff from an afternoon mulling mystery ideas. Lower back. Biceps. It’s hard work, as you can tell from the photo at right. The mulling was done as I moved some of the five … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Paper vs. Digital: Where Are We Headed?

Hey all, Gerry Boyle here. Today’s post is a continuation from something I posted yesterday on my blog over at gerryboyle.com. In that post I talked about finishing a new crime novel called THE DEAD SAMARITAN, which I wrote with … Continue reading

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