Monthly Archives: June 2013

Some of our favorite places to eat in Maine

Lea Wait: Favorite Maine restaurant? Hard choice! But I’m going to go with the Damariscotta River Grill. Bob and I love it not only because the food is consistently excellent and varied — seafood, meat and the only place in Maine … Continue reading

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La Kermesse – Another Maine Festival!

Lea Wait, here, playing reporter. Maine has a long and close association with French Canadians, beginning with Benedict Arnold’s unfortunately planned and executed campaign to capture Quebec City during the American Revolution by journeying up the Kennebec River to the Chaudiere. After all … Continue reading

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The Ups and Downs of Living with an In-House Expert

When I first began to write contemporary mystery novels, I figured that I had a big advantage when it came to research—a husband who worked in law enforcement. He had been a deputy sheriff, working first at the county jail … Continue reading

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Maine, the Way Life Is

Okay. We have this post coming about our favorite Maine places. And I confess. I lied. Well, not really. I just talked about the Maine that my family loves, the beautiful reaches of East Penobscot Bay. I love that Maine, … Continue reading

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Eeyore Works the Room

Kate Flora here, musing on a conversation I had with my husband on Saturday while we were driving on the Maine Turnpike. We seem to have some of our best conversations in the car, probably because otherwise both of us are … Continue reading

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The Maine Mulch Murder nonfiction edition

Kate and I inherited numerous things from our late mother, A. Carman Clark. In addition to getting her writing fascination with language genes, we also acquired her sense of culinary adventure and her love of gardening. This latter one wasn’t … Continue reading

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Some of Our Favorite Maine Places

Even though we spend much of our time chained to our desks, trying to finish books and meet deadlines, the gorgeous Maine summer will drag us outside. Today, we’re sharing part one of our posts on some of our special … Continue reading

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