Monthly Archives: May 2012

Fifty Shades of Distraction

Kate Flora here, just back from eight days in London and Amsterdam, and scrambling to catch up, get the laundry done, and sink back into a novel that needs major tweaking before it can go to the agent who has … Continue reading

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Upstairs Vacancy

In my head, I mean, and on that note a distracted hello again from Sarah Graves, who is thinking today about… Well, that’s the trouble. Too often lately my personal upstairs contains only cobwebs. I write a few words, then … Continue reading

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To Collinsport, With Love

Vicki Doudera here. Last weekend, I gave my mother what some might consider a strange mother’s day gift: a trip to the Flagship Cinema in Thomaston to see the newly released movie Dark Shadows. It’s not that Mom is a … Continue reading

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An Interview with Kieran Shields

Kieran, like a couple of us here at MCW, you’re a lawyer in your day job, so can you tell us what drew you to mystery writing? Is it a life-long dream? I’m happy to say I’ve been writing as … Continue reading

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Re-energized at The Stable Gallery

  Lea Wait here. I’ve just gotten home from one of the major Signs of Summer in my family: the first official opening at the Stable Gallery in Damariscotta, where my husband, Bob Thomas, shows his work. A household containing … Continue reading

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What Are You Working On?

Hey, all. Gerry Boyle here. Taking a break from work on my next novel. It’s called 50 Shades of Green and it’s set in Ireland. It’s about this young guy, a graduate student, who goes to interview this beautiful  and … Continue reading

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The Way it Used to Be ~ The Office of Sheriff

Despite the proliferation of law enforcement officers calling themselves sheriffs in fictional Maine villages like Cabot Cove and Storybrooke, sheriff is a county office. It’s also an administrative and public relations job, involving very little direct involvement with criminal investigations. … Continue reading

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