Tag Archives: Belgrade Lakes

How Maine Crime Writers Celebrate the 4th

  Kate Flora: Most of us are taking a day off from writing today, so we’re sharing pictures of 4th of July celebrations. On Bailey Island, one very special aspect of the 4th of July is the Ice Cream Social at … Continue reading

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A Day in Belgrade Lakes

When the Maine Crime Writers were asked to write posts for our summer series “A Day In…” my choice was obvious. E.B. White, 75 year ago, wrote an essay about Belgrade Lakes, “Once More to the Lake.” He’d taken his … Continue reading

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Celebrating the 4th of July

Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett here. When I drew July 4th as my next blogging date, I wasn’t sure at first what to write about. Last year I spent the day selling books with several other Maine Crime Writers in Belgrade … Continue reading

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Hello Maine summer, courtesy of EB White

We Maine Crime Writers live in a dark place — both geographically and mentally. One of the things that makes Maine so delicious for mystery settings is its deep darkness. There are a lot of short days, a lot of … Continue reading

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Moving back to Maine changed my life . . . and my book

Please welcome Maureen Milliken to Maine Crime Writers. Maureen is a newspaper editor and columnist who also posts regularly at Pen, Ink, and Crimes (http://sincne.wordpress.com/). She’s generously agreed to share her Maine crime writing experiences with us. Moving back to Maine changed my life, … Continue reading

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