Monthly Archives: September 2012

Interview with Maine Writer Kelly McClymer

Please welcome today’s guest, Maine writer, Kelly McClymer. I first met Kelly, who lives in Orono, when we were both writing romance. We were in a critique group together for many years. She is a talented, multi-published writer who is … Continue reading

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Pinterest for Authors

Hi. Barb here. I originally heard about Pinterest from one of my kids (in this case my daughter), which is how I hear about most new websites and stuff. I took a poke around and thought–“I don’t get it. What … Continue reading

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The Bride Wore Cowboy Boots

James Hayman:  This will be a short entry.  It will also be slightly off subject for the simple reason that for the past week or so I haven’t given a single thought to fictional heroes or villains or the dastardly … Continue reading

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My “Comfort Movies,” When Even a Mystery Book Is Too Much

Lea Wait here, admitting that when I write all day, and edit or read in the evening, and even my favorite television programs (Castle! Bones! Law & Order! Rizzoli and Isles! NCIS! ) involve crimes, sometimes I need to get away. A … Continue reading

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Net Gain…I Think

When I was offered the chance to take over the Sarah Graves web address that Random House had been using, I grabbed it even though it came with a little baggage — namely, I had to build a new website … Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom from Lee Child

Vicki Doudera here. Did any of my fellow Mainers catch WCSH’s “207” last night?  An interview with British thriller writer Lee Child was broadcast as part of the “Writers On A New England Stage” series at The Music Hall in … Continue reading

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Of Gaols and Dungeons

As I’ve mentioned here before, I’ve been working on a proposal for a new historical mystery/suspense novel set in Elizabethan England. It’s slow going, partly because there are so many wonderful possibilities. The temptation to include everything that fascinates me … Continue reading

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