Monthly Archives: July 2013

Darkness First

James Hayman:  My next McCabe thriller, Darkness First, is coming out October 1st as the lead title in Harper Collins’ brand new Witness imprint that plans on featuring mysteries and thrillers initially in Ebook format and, in most cases, later … Continue reading

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Colonial Maine – Earlier Than You May Have Imagined

Lea Wait, here, very excited about one of the latest additions to the Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site. But – first — after that hook – a little backstory. Early history of European settlement of the Americas focuses on the French colonizing … Continue reading

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Where Does the Time Go?

Vicki Doudera here, posting very late today, caught in the crazy rush that is a Maine summer. There are only so many hours in the day, and in mid-July it feels as if I need double the allotted amount to … Continue reading

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Janet Morgan discusses her new book “Katahdin Drowning”

 (Janet Morgan will be speaking at the Wiscasset Public Libarary this coming Thursday at 7:00) Do Ghosts Haunt Me? Janet Morgan   In my last post, which was during National Library Week, I talked about the Wiscasset Public Library ghost. … Continue reading

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Maine Firefighters at Lac-Mégantic

I was going to use this post to promote the new Liss MacCrimmon novel and hold another giveaway, but I find there’s something more important I want to say here today. I’ll get back to humorous mysteries, and giveaways, next … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Perks

Hey, all. Gerry Boyle here, on a sultry July evening in Maine. Thunderstorms headed our way. Lightning on the horizon. Life is good. I’m here to tell you about the perks we get as writers, because I recently cashed in. … Continue reading

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Learning to Juggle

Kate Flora, here, reporting in from my desk, where I’m trying to set priorities and get my homework done. I will start out by stating that this is grossly unfair. It is summer in Maine. The air is too hot … Continue reading

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