In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog regularly at Maine Crime Writers:
from Kathy Lynn Emerson: Now that the October issue of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine is in stores, you can read the first part of my short story, “The Cunning Woman” online. Unfortunately, you still have to buy the magazine to read the whole thing, but hey—I’m hoping to tempt you!
Lea Wait: Excited that the second in my Mainely Needlepoint series, Threads of Evidence, will ship early next week! And that Saturday, August 22, Maureen Milliken and I will be selling and signing our books at the 9th annual art and craft show at Longfellow’s Green house in Manchester, Maine, from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm. The others exhibiting (and selling their crafts!) are all fantastic women crafters, and the event (which will be held rain or shine) will benefit a nonprofit Sexual Assault Crisis Line.
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