Monthly Archives: July 2011

Musings from Cape Cod

Vicki Doudera here. I’ve done the rare thing for a Mainer — I’ve actually left the state to spend a few days vacationing somewhere else. Now, this is a perfectly reasonable thing to do during the dead of winter, or … Continue reading

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Inspired by Cats

Kaitlyn Dunnett (that would be me), isn’t the only mystery writer to include a Maine Coon cat in the cast of characters of an amateur detective series, but I may be the only Maine mystery writer taking my inspiration straight from … Continue reading

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The Privilege that is Writing

Morning. Gerry Boyle here, and I’m here with a reminder. For me, and maybe the rest of you. I know I’m supposed to be sort of cool about all this but I have to say that when galleys for PORT … Continue reading

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I Married Maine

by Julia Spencer-Fleming I’ll be the first to confess, I didn’t have a full understanding of what I was getting into when I agreed to marry a Mainer and move to Portland. I had met my boyfriend when we were … Continue reading

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Gerry Boyle interviews Kate Flora

OK, here’s a question I’ve wanted to ask you. You’re a lawyer. Why no courtroom series? Why not go the John Grisham route? Great question, Gerry. I realized early on that if I made my character a lawyer, I’d constantly … Continue reading

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Paul Doiron here— One of the more surprising occurrences during my book tour in June was the appearance of four of my young fans at a Barnes & Noble reading. I say surprising because, prior to that evening, I was … Continue reading

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Hi folks. In addition to being a one-person library staff, I also write young adult fantasy, short stories set in Maine with a dark or mystery twist and two weekly newspaper columns. I’ll be checking in monthly to talk about … Continue reading

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