Tag Archives: Edith Maxwell

Edgar Allan Cozy

by Barb, in Key West, where it’s a brisk 63 degrees today and the natives are shivering and moaning and wearing parkas Yesterday was Edgar Allan Poe’s 207th birthday, and over at Wicked Cozy Authors we marked the day by … 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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Guest Edith Maxwell on Farming in Maine

by Barb Ross, who’s joyously celebrating her daughter’s graduation today from UMass Boston with an MFA in Creative Writing Normally, you’ll find Edith Maxwell hanging out with me at the Wicked Cozy Authors Blog. We see ourselves as the (sometimes … Continue reading

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Rolling Rally Comes to Maine: Presenting the Agatha Short Story Finalists

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, along with Barb Goffman, Edith Maxwell, and Art Taylor. All of us are finalists for the Agatha Award for traditional mysteries in the short story category. Art is the author of two of the nominated … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: June 14-15, 2014

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Jayne Hitchcock (Monday), Lea Wait (Tuesday), Al Lamanda¬† (Wednesday), Jim Hayman (Thursday), and Barb Ross (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog … Continue reading

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Detectives in Glasses

The other day I was noodling a possible scene for the Liss MacCrimmon mystery I’m currently writing. I don’t know if this scene will appear in this book (or some future book) or not, but the gist of it is … Continue reading

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The Kindness of Writers by Barbara Ross

So my mom died. I’ll write about that someday, probably soon, but I’m not ready. What I want to write about is the incredible kindness of writers. One of the things I loved about my corporate life was working with … Continue reading

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Finding Common Ground at the Fair

Hi. Barb here. Edith Maxwell’s new mystery, A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die is getting great reviews. Edith wrote the book based on her experience as an organic farmer–and she’s hoping to make it to Maine’s Common Grounds … Continue reading

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Mystery in Maine

Hi. Barb here. Regular readers of this blog may remember that I wrote about a special writing retreat in Old Orchard Beach with three fellow authors who signed contracts for cozy mysteries due out in 2013. One of those author … Continue reading

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It wouldn’t be the holidays without . . .

Cranberry Relish? Every family has special food that “must” be on the holiday table, or the meal just won’t be the same. At the Clark household, it was stuffing. Or dressing, as my grandmother called it. And it could NOT … Continue reading

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