Tag Archives: Maine writer

The Reformation/Rehabilitation/Regeneration of a Romance Writer

Today please welcome special guest Maggie Robinson to Maine Crime Writers. Maggie is a former teacher, library clerk and mother of four who woke up in the middle of the night, absolutely compelled to create the perfect man and use … Continue reading

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Layering Images … and Words

Lea Wait here. Visitors to art galleries will usually see a piece of paper near each artist’s work called an “Artist’s Statement;” an explanation in words of what the artist hopes to have said in his paintings, photographs, or sculptures. … Continue reading

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Never Say Never: The Mystery Series That Almost Wasn’t

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, welcoming a return visit from Maine writer Kelly McClymer. Kelly has a new project that should interest fans of Maine mysteries. Never Say Never: The Mystery Series That Almost Wasn’t by Kelly McClymer First, I … Continue reading

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Is Indy Publishing for You?

Kaitlyn Dunnett: Please welcome my special guest, Love Barkhurst. I’ve known Love since she was a teenager, but I only recently discovered that she’s joined the ranks of Maine writers with her first novel, Dark Chocolate. I’m reading it now … Continue reading

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Time To Write …. Lea Wait

“If only I had the time, I’d write a book, too …” How many times has every author heard that? And smiled. Because … no one ever has enough time. I wrote my first book (my first mystery – Shadows … Continue reading

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