Monthly Archives: December 2012

New Year’s Resolutions – Yes? No? Are You Kidding?

Kate Flora here, leading off a discussion about New Year’s Resolutions. I don’t make them. I subscribe to the theory that yes, it takes weeks to make or break a habit and I’m usually too busy in January to be … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions and SMART Goals

Happy New Year all. Barb here at the very end of the year. Because book one in my new Maine Clambake series was due on December 1, this is proving a particularly fruitful time for me to think and plan … Continue reading

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Darkness First. Prologue. Part II

James Hayman: Those of you who have been following the adventures of McCabe and Savage in The Cutting and The Chill of Night will be pleased to know that the third in series, Darkness First, will be coming out at … Continue reading

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Remembered Christmases Past …

Lea Wait, here, who will admit without hesitation to being a Christmas junkie. It’s probably a genetic affliction, inherited from my mother, who planned her entire year around two events:  Christmas, and spending the summer in Maine.  Beginning in late October of each … Continue reading

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Opening Acts – Discovering Our Series Characters Through E-Books

‘Tis the season for new e-readers and tablets of all sorts. So, for those of you who are looking for e-books to read, and love to begin a series at the beginning, we offer the following links to help you … Continue reading

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A Home for the Holidays

Vicki Doudera here on this Saturday before Christmas, to tell you about one of the best gifts ever. It’s not a soft cashmere sweater, although those can come in handy on these brisk winter days.  And it’s not an all-expenses … Continue reading

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Interview with Sylvie Kurtz

Please welcome New Hampshire writer Sylvie Kurtz to Maine Crime Writers. Sylvie graciously agreed to be interviewed here today. Kaitlyn Dunnett: You’ve written some twenty novels, varying from paranormals to the six-book Seekers series for Harlequin Intrigue to stand-alone novels … Continue reading

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