Monthly Archives: November 2011

9 Fun Facts About Thanksgiving

Lea Wait here, playing historian!  We all know the basic facts about Thanksgiving, right? Pilgrims, Indians, etc, etc.  Well, here are a few more historical tidbits to chew this holiday Thursday. Odds are you know some of these facts — but how … Continue reading

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Out of Eastport

Hello again from Sarah Graves, recently returned from a whirlwind trip south of Machias, which if you know me you know doesn’t happen often. Between writing the books and doing the old house repairs whose details fill the books, I … Continue reading

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Of Pilgrims, Plymouth & the Roots of a Writer

A long time ago the Pilgrims sailed, to find a brand new land. They wanted to worship God themselves, not by the King’s command. So begins an eight-verse epic poem written by yours truly, Vicki, in November of 1971. I was … Continue reading

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Writing About Murder in Tudor England

Kaitlyn here, but today I’m blogging as Kathy Lynn (aka Kate) Emerson In my other writing identities, I’ve been dealing with murders in Tudor England for some time now. In my Face Down series (written as Kathy Lynn Emerson), in which … Continue reading

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What We’re Reading

Today’s group blog asks the question “What are you reading now and in what format?” Kaitlyn: Since my husband gave me an iPad for my birthday, I’ve found myself reading more books on that device than in print format. I … Continue reading

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A Novel Every Morning

Gerry here. And let’s be honest. We all do it. Some of us allot a fixed amount of time for it. Some of us do it until our backs are against the deadline wall. Some of us pretend not to … Continue reading

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Kate Considers The Surprise of Taking Chances

Twenty-eight years ago, an infant in my arms and a madcap three-year-old cavorting around my house, I decided that I wasn’t going to practice law for a while. I was going to stay home with my boys. Not long after, … Continue reading

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