Tag Archives: Longfellow Books

Meet Espionage Fiction Superstar Gayle Lynds

I met Gayle Lynds at a mystery conference many years ago, when she was the tall, glamorous, successful writer and I was the newbie, perched on the cusp of publishing my first book. She was generous and friendly, as well … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: December 6-7, 2014

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

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Guest Post: Jenny Milchman

Note:  Jenny Milchman’s debut thriller, Cover of Snow, was published in 2013, chosen as an Indie Next and Target Emerging Authors Pick, and nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark award. Jenny’s next novel, Ruin Falls, will be out in April. … Continue reading

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Cash Mob for Longfellow Books

There is little writers love more than their local bookstores. For many of us in Maine, one of our favorite “locals,” no matter where in the state we live, is Longfellow Books in Portland. Long a vital resource for readers … Continue reading

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Deadly Animals

Paul Doiron here— Before heading to Monhegan this past weekend—a fog-bound island off the Maine coast where you will always find yourself in need of a good book—I went looking for one to bring with me. I have a teetering … Continue reading

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A Cruel May

James Hayman:  Perhaps, as T.S. Eliot famously wrote, April is the cruelest month. However, for me and for many other writers in Maine, this year, it feels like May. The past few weeks have been filled with both beautiful weather … Continue reading

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