Category Archives: Guest Blog

The Road to Maine was Paved with . . . Words

Please welcome our special guest, Kait Carson, to Maine Crime Writers. Thank you, Maine Crime Writers, for inviting me to blog with you today. I’m an avid reader of this blog. The topics are diverse, and always interesting. I’d also … Continue reading

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The mysterious case of Elizabeth Freel

From time to time, we introduce you to guests whose work we believe you will find as fascinating as we do. Today’s guest is one of them, as you will soon discover. Kristen Seavey Intro I spend a lot of … Continue reading

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Candy Cane for the Soul

Please welcome Sylvie Kurtz as our guest blogger today at Maine Crime Writers. Sylvie lives in neighboring New Hampshire and writes wonderful novels loaded with adventure and romance. This week, just in time for Christmas giving, she has a new … Continue reading

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Momma, don’t let your babies grow up to be writers! (and a giveaway)

Hello, there. Sandy Emerson here. I’m Kathy/Kaitlyn’s husband and this is my first-ever attempt at writing a blog; so years from now, when you talk of this—and you will—be kind. “Are you sure?” Kathy asked, looking at me with a … Continue reading

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Mainely Writing

Today we introduce you to writer Sharon Dean, whose new mystery is set in Maine. Sharon Dean: Writer Matt Cost lives in Maine and sets his Mainely Mystery series in The Pine Tree State.  We both publish through Encircle Publications located … Continue reading

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BALANCE, STORY GENRE AND HOW MUCH ROOM DOES BACKSTORY GET?

Today I’m pleased to introduce MWC blog readers to Jule Selbo, a multi-talented writer who recently has made Portland her permanent home. Jule is a former screenwriter (with film and television credits), a playwright (her most-recent play BOXES premiered at … Continue reading

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The Secrets & Lies About My Publishing Journey

Today, Maine Crime Writers introduce you to a debut Maine author, L.C. Rooney. Her post below talks about her journey to publication of her new mystery, Secrets & Lies. Welcome, L.C. L.C. Rooney: After a years-long writing journey, it scarcely feels … Continue reading

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Let’s All Make Believe (and a giveaway)

Thanks so much to my quasi-neighbor Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett for inviting me back to talk about Just Make Believe, the third Lady Adelaide Mystery set in the 20s. The 1920s. I’d hate to set a novel in the 2020s—it … Continue reading

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PLEASE DON’T HATE ME, BUT I GOT A BOOK DEAL AND QUIT MY DAY JOB: A GUEST POST BY REGAN ROSE

I’m delighted to welcome Regan Rose to MCW today, who has thrilling news to share. Like me, Regan juggled writing with her work as a Portland lawyer until last fall, when her life took a sharp turn in a happy … Continue reading

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Back to the Land in Maine

Today we have a special treat, a post from special guest Elizabeth Penney, who has a new Maine-set mystery in stores now. Welcome, Liz. Thank you to Maine Crime Writers for including me as a guest! Although I now live … Continue reading

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