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Edgar, Edgar, Who Gets an Edgar and BOTD

The first time I made Edgar predictions for the young adult and juvenile categories, I hit them both. Last year, I missed them both. How will I do this year? You won’t have to wait long. The winners will be … Continue reading

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Using Pinterest to Promote Your Books

This week on Maine Crime Writers: Monday, Gerry Boyle; Tuesday, Kaitlyn Dunnett; Wednesday, Vicki Doudera; Thursday, Lea Wait; Friday, James Hayman. Our guest today, Grub Street instructor and author Celeste Ng, gives advice on ways that writers might use Pinterest … Continue reading

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Net Gain…I Think

When I was offered the chance to take over the Sarah Graves web address that Random House had been using, I grabbed it even though it came with a little baggage — namely, I had to build a new website … Continue reading

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Facebook – The Visual Quicksand

Facebook is a kind of visual quicksand. It’s too easy to slip over there for a few seconds, start reading, start surfing through what my friends are doing, get caught in a thread and get lost in the maze of … Continue reading

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How Can I Miss You When You Won’t Go Away?

Paul Doiron here— This post gets its title from the immortal words of singer-songwriter Dan Hicks. That question has been on my mind lately as I’ve come to realize that too many novelists (myself included) seem to be spending a lot … Continue reading

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