Tag Archives: Murder She Wrote

Sometimes it’s just bett-ah to stay away from Maine accents. Ayuh.

I saw an article recently in the Bangor Daily News catching people up on what movies are being made out of Stephen King books. As much as I’m a huge fan, every time I think of Stephen King-book-based movies, I … Continue reading

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Murder, She Wrote and Me

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, taking you back into the past—to 1985, to be precise. I thought you might enjoy reading the exchange of letters I had at the time with the Executive Producer of Murder, She Wrote, which was … Continue reading

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Do you have to live in Maine to write a Maine cozy?

Do you have to live in Maine to write a Maine cozy? Apparently not. In some cases, it appears you may not even need to have visited the state. Let me backtrack for a minute. I recently came across a … Continue reading

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Collinsport to Storybrooke . . . this is Maine?

by Kaitlyn Dunnett Series television has a very peculiar view of Maine. I’m the first to admit that this state makes a great setting for stories of mystery, humor, and horror. We have plenty of published novelists to prove it. … Continue reading

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