Monthly Archives: November 2013

Using Pinterest to Promote Your Books

This week on Maine Crime Writers: Monday, Gerry Boyle; Tuesday, Kaitlyn Dunnett; Wednesday, Vicki Doudera; Thursday, Lea Wait; Friday, James Hayman. Our guest today, Grub Street instructor and author Celeste Ng, gives advice on ways that writers might use Pinterest … Continue reading

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Forging New Holiday Traditions

Kate’s note: I wrote this post a few years ago, on the day after Thanksgiving. Since then, we’ve had family Thanksgivings and scattered Thanksgivings, but the memories of holidays past are always with us at the table. There can be … Continue reading

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Another Lesson From Mom

John Here: Kate and I refer to our late mother, A. Carman Clark, quite frequently in our blog entries. Mom was not only one heck of an interesting woman, she was extremely talented and it was a given that sometime … Continue reading

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A’COURTING I WILL GO

Dear Susan Vaughan, You are hereby notified that you have been drawn to serve as a Traverse Juror in the Superior Court and/or Unified Criminal Docket. You are required to appear on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 AT 8:30 AM at … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: November 23-24,2013

Next week at Maine Crime Writers we’ll be featuring posts from Susan Vaughan (Monday), John Clark (Tuesday), and Kate Flora (Wednesday), and for Thanksgiving we’ll have a post on Holiday Traditions. In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some … Continue reading

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November 22,1963 and November 19,1863

Hi, Barb. Here now, but traveling rapidly down memory lane. We’ve had duel anniversaries this week, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John Kennedy and the 150th anniversary of the delivery of the Gettysburg address. Which means we’ve all … Continue reading

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My Interview on 207.

James Hayman:  Rather than write my blog today I’m going to provide a link to my interview with Rob Caldwell on the WCSH6 talk show “207” in which I discuss the launch of my third thriller Darkness First  as an … Continue reading

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