Monthly Archives: November 2011

Another Visit to Craigslist

Well, this is embarrassing…rolled out of bed and realized it was my day to blog…and my head was empty! But this being the season of stress, I offer the following to lighten your mood and perhaps raise a smile. K. … Continue reading

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Escaping it All on the Maine Art Museum Trail by Julia Spencer-Fleming

The past week has been fun, frantic…and undeniably stressful. The upcoming weeks aren’t looking any better, with holiday planning and shopping and socializing, with midterms and finals and end-of-quarter reports. So this post is going to be very light on … Continue reading

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Take Your Child to A Bookstore Day (December 3)

  Lea Wait, here. First, I have to admit an addiction. When days are dreary, stories are stubborn and editing just seems to make my work worse, not better …. I turn not to whiskey or cigarettes, those classic writerly crutches, … Continue reading

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Kate Flora interviews Julia Spencer-Fleming

KATE FLORA: Like me, you started out as a lawyer and then moved into writing. Did you always want to be a writer? Were you writing all along, or did something happen to trigger, or retrigger that desire? JULIA SPENCER-FLEMING: … Continue reading

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Pajama Party in Boothbay Harbor

Hi. Barb here. In Boothbay Harbor, on the Saturday before Thanksgiving every year, all the shops open at 6:00 am and have big sales and everyone shops in their pajamas. Really. Those of you who know me may be surprised … Continue reading

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A Short Post-Thanksgiving Entry

By James Hayman I rarely write book reviews.  However, since I spent much of the holiday week doing very little of my own writing and, instead, happily devouring a book by a new-to-me (non-Maine) writer of historical thrillers, I thought … Continue reading

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A Short Post-Thanksgiving Entry

By James Hayman I rarely write book reviews.  However, since I spent much of the holiday week doing very little of my own writing and, instead, happily devouring a book by a new-to-me (non-Maine) writer of historical thrillers, I thought … Continue reading

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