Weekend Update: January 14-15, 2023

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Monday), Maureen Milliken (Tuesday), special guest Albert Waitt (Wednesday) Sandra Neily (Thursday), and Dick Cass (Friday).

In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog regularly at Maine Crime Writers:

from Kaitlyn Dunnett: Not exactly news, just fun. I have just completed the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle given to me by my nephew and his wife. Look familiar?

The puzzle was produced by Shutterfly from a photograph.

Kate Flora: Has no news but is excited to have found someone who will make a book trailer for her book coming in May, Teach Her a Lesson. Which leads to a question for you: Do you like book trailers? Do you watch them? Would on persuade you to buy a book?

Meanwhile, while we are awaiting February, the crazy month, you will have noticed that some of us are blogging about the trials of winter. Here are some photos from winters long ago, back when Maine had serious winter.

Looking at 1000 East Sennebec Road from the south hayfield

Kate and her dad bringing back a Christmas tree

Skating on the pond across the street


An invitation to readers of this blog: Do you have news relating to Maine, Crime, or Writing? We’d love to hear from you. Just comment below to share.

And a reminder: If your library, school, or organization is looking for a speaker, we are often available to talk about the writing process, research, where we get our ideas, and other mysteries of the business, along with the very popular “Making a Mystery” with audience participation, and “Casting Call: How We Staff Our Mysteries.” We also do programs on Zoom. Contact Kate Flora

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2 Responses to Weekend Update: January 14-15, 2023

  1. maggierobinsonwriter says:

    Love the puzzle and the photos!

  2. Julianne Spreng says:

    Yup. Winters just like those in northern Geauga County Ohio. That’s when you really needed warm winter gear all season. Not the same now.

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