Monthly Archives: July 2012

Squid Fishing?

Vicki Doudera here, marveling at the new things you can learn when you least expect it. Take the recent Olympics Opening Ceremony. Had you ever heard of the country Comoros?  Not me. Turns out that this archipelago island nation is … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Westford Knight

I just plain love speculative history. That’s the stuff that some folks believe in absolutely and others claim is hogwash. I always figure there’s a grain of truth in there somewhere. Now don’t get me wrong. When I’m writing historical … Continue reading

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How We Keep Our Series Characters Interesting

Note: Kate and Vicki will be at the Camden Public library this Tuesday, July 31st at 6:30 p.m., joined by Janis Bolster for a Sisters in Crime Beach Read event. We’d love to see you there. Kate Flora here, starting a … Continue reading

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We Don’t Write For The Money

Gerry Boyle here, and maybe some of us do. Write for the money, I mean. But even writers who have more money than God keep typing away. Why? Because like the rest orf us, they feel like they have something … Continue reading

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Refilling the Well of Creativity

Kate Flora here, remarkably tardy with today’s posting, because my brain is full, and currently disfunctioning, and so I took on a road trip to restore my creativity and make me feel like a writer again. I don’t know if this … Continue reading

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Where Librarians Lurk in Summertime

Maine Remains Amazing I’m one who believes place defines one as much as experience. Growing up on Sennebec Hill Farm and roaming the 189 acres as well as countless hours in my tiny boat anchored off Turtle Rock left me … Continue reading

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Anxious Authors in the Age of Amazon Reviews

Paul Doiron here— Regular readers of this blog are probably aware that I have a new novel coming out soon—in two weeks, in fact. And like any author with a book glimmering on the horizon I have been thinking about … Continue reading

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