Tag Archives: Nancy Picard

Slouching Toward Oblivion?

Kate Flora here. I haven’t seen the new Owen Wilson/Vince Vaughn movie, “The Internship,” yet, but all the write-ups make one thing very clear: I want to work at Google. In a recent New Yorker article about Google’s New York headquarters, the … Continue reading

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Writers and Readers Just Wanna Have Fun…

We’re going to let you in on a little secret–writers like to have fun! We spend hours, months, sometimes years at our desks, toiling over draft after draft. We brave the cold blue-eye stares of detectives, the chilly humor of … Continue reading

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When a Writer Gets a Chance to Read . . .

Kate: One of the questions we’re often asked by audiences at our book events is some variation of “What are you reading right now?” or “Who is your favorite mystery author?” I’m sure my answers to that question are often … Continue reading

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