Category Archives: Guest Blog

Wherever You Hang Your Hat

Katherine Hall Page: We’re closing in on Patriot’s Day, celebrated only in Maine and Massachusetts. Wisconsin has one that is a school holiday, but we know that’s not the real deal. The holiday is relatively recent. Maine replaced something called “Fast … Continue reading

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Plotting: The Thirty Thousand-Foot View

D.A. Keeley here. I’m honored to be invited to write a guest post for the Maine Crime Writers blog. I grew up in Readfield, lived in Presque Isle for a decade, and own a home in Old Orchard Beach. So, … Continue reading

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Senebec Hill Stuffing

Today we feature a “Ghost post” from John Clark and Kate Flora’s late mother, A. Carman Clark. Country living writer, journalist, newspaper editor, and, late in life, a mystery writer, Mrs. Clark always had a wry way of looking at … Continue reading

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How Are These Two Things the Same?

Hi. Barb here. Today my guest on the blog is Maddie Day, aka Edith Maxwell. Edith has visited before to talk about her Local Foods Mystery series. She’s a friend and fellow Kensington author and we also write together on … Continue reading

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Meet Debut Author Julianne Holmes

Today we host a newly minted author, Julie Hennrikus, writing as Julianne Holmes KF: Julie Hennrikus, we’re delighted to have you visit us at Maine Crime Writers today. You’re launching your first book today. It has a great title: Just Killing … Continue reading

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Our Garden Plot

Hi! Kate here, coming to you over the airwaves while at vacation. At Maine Crime Writers, we’re happy to share another guest post from our friends at Mainely Murders Bookstore today. Hope you’ve had a chance to visit them this … Continue reading

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An Amazing Journey

Russell Warnburg: I begin my eighth decade on this mortal plain with great gratitude for a long and satisfying life. My writing career did not begin until I was 66, in my final year of teaching. I began teaching in … Continue reading

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