Category Archives: Bruce’s Posts

Interview with Liz Milliron

  Liz Milliron has been making up stories, and creating her own endings for other people’s stories, for as long as she can remember. She survived growing up through reading, cutting her mystery teeth on Agatha Christie, Mary Higgins Clark … Continue reading

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Where’s Waldo?

Bruce Robert Coffin here, wishing you all a happy July. One of the most interesting things about being a novelist are the invites we receive from various libraries. Just last week I was in Southport, Maine for the first time … Continue reading

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Keys to Good Writing

Bruce Robert Coffin here, fresh off a very successful Maine Crime Wave where writing was the subject of the day. Aspiring authors often ask, how do we do it? How do novelists capture the essence of being on the pages … Continue reading

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Malice 30/Penny Plan

Bruce Robert Coffin just back from the Malice Domestic Mystery Writers Conference. Malice is held each year in Maryland during the month of April. This year’s conference was the 30th, and although it was only the second I have attended … Continue reading

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Never Give Up

During the past two weeks I have had the privilege of addressing students and teachers at a local college and at a private high school. The field of study for students in attendance ranged from English and writing to law … Continue reading

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Another Look Back

Bruce Robert Coffin here waxing nostalgic. I was seated at my writing desk this past weekend trying to decide what I wanted to blog about this month on Maine Crime Writers when Facebook shared a memory with me. After reading … Continue reading

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Farewell to the Family

On September 21, 2012 I worked my last official day as a Portland police officer. Tradition dictates a PD luncheon/sendoff where plaques are presented, speeches are made, and good wishes are bestowed. It is an emotional time for both the … Continue reading

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