Monthly Archives: January 2017

Previously on Maine Crime Writers

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today providing some follow up on a couple of my posts here at the Maine Crime Writers blog. Back in October, in Books, You Say I wrote about being overwhelmed by the number of author … Continue reading

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Running Away from January

Kate Flora here, filling in for Dorothy who is nursing a terrible, brain-crushing cold caught from her beloved grandchildren. I used to go crazy in February. Short-tempered, unfocused, chocolate-gobbling crazy. This was before people knew they suffered from SAD, or seasonal … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: January 28-29, 2017

Next week at Maine Crime Writers, there will be posts by Dorothy Cannell (Monday) Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Tuesday), Kate Flora (Wednesday), Bruce Coffin (Thursday) and Brenda Buchanan (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog … Continue reading

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Maya’s Heritage

John Clark celebrating the publication of a really good young adult urban fantasy by my friend Laurie Graves. She’s guest blogged here a few times and many may remember her and husband Clif as the creators and publishers of Wolf … Continue reading

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The Professional Aunt

dispatched from Key West by Barb Over Christmas, my son Rob found a book in my mother-in-law’s apartment, titled, The Professional Aunt. He brought it to me because he found it funny. We have a long tradition of auntdom in … Continue reading

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The Best Part of Writing: The Research

In my last book, The Darkest Thread, teenage sisters go missing in Vermont’s mysterious Bennington Triangle, and it’s up to K-9 search and rescue handler Jamie Flint and her dogs to find them. Naturally, lots of unsavory things happen and it’s … Continue reading

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Last year the Marine Corps League Detachment in which I am the second in command (officially the Senior Vice-Commandant) in conjunction with Cary Medical Center in Caribou began a quest. We wanted to establish two things: (1) an advisory committee … Continue reading

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