Category Archives: Kaitlyn’s Posts

Rewriting My Family History

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, again writing as Kathy. One of the most important people in my life when I was little was Grandma Coburg. She died when I was only ten, but even at that age I knew how … Continue reading

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Blocked!

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, writing again as Kathy. I thought you might like to know how my experiment in republishing  the children’s books written back at the start of my writing career is going. It progresses, quickly in some … Continue reading

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If At First You Don’t Succeed . . .

Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today writing about the circuitous route my new book took to publication. I’m also giving away a print copy to one lucky person who comments on this blog. See the end of the post for details. … Continue reading

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Middle Grades Mysteries: Back at Last

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, again writing as Kathy. The Finder of Lost Things, my standalone historical mystery, will be released next Tuesday and I’ll blog more about that in my second post this month, but today I want to … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: The Finder of Lost Things

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today writing as Kathy. You’d think, after having over sixty books traditionally published in various genres and under various names, that I’d have hit just about every genre there is. But no—my October 6th release … Continue reading

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“Neither snow, nor rain, nor gloom of night . . .”

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, reprising and expanding on a blog I first posted here several years ago. It was called “The First RFD Carrier in Town” and was about my grandfather, Fred Gorton, who was the first RFD carrier … Continue reading

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Shadow, One Year Later

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, writing about an anniversary that will always be tinged with sadness. As regular readers of Maine Crime Writers know, my husband and I offered to adopt Shadow when our good friend Lea Wait was first … Continue reading

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Reality, Part II

In my last post I predicted that someone would find something to question in A Fatal Fiction and that it would be something it would never have occurred to me to do differently. I hate it when I’m right! There’s … Continue reading

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Reality Will Always Trip You Up

Kaitlyn Dunnett here. Relax, I’m not going to talk about the pandemic or protests. No, my subject today is one of those normal but inescapable facts of a writer’s life—no matter how carefully you research a book, no matter how … Continue reading

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Mikki Lincoln Edits a Memoir (and a giveaway)

Kaitlyn Dunnett here, on release day for A Fatal Fiction, the third entry in the Deadly Edits Mysteries. When this one opens, Mikki Lincoln’s freelance editing business is doing quite well. One of her current clients is eighty-six-year-old Sunny Feldman, … Continue reading

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