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Five + Five

Labor Day is behind us.  My neighbor’s tree (admittedly, always the first to turn) is shedding its leaves. It’s time to start wearing socks again. There is no denying it–fall is here. Before turning the page on summer, I’d like … Continue reading

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What’s New in the New Year

What can readers look forward to in 2018 from the Maine Crime Writers? Take a look below. From Kaitlyn Dunnett: The first book in my new “Deadly Edits” series, Crime and Punctuation, will be out in June. The amateur detective … Continue reading

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So Many Books, So Little Time

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. The title of this post could as easily apply to books that I’m writing as to those in my to-be-read pile, but today, while in the throes of revisions on two different projects, I’d much … Continue reading

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Dreaming About What's Next

By Brenda Buchanan I can make stuff up all day long sitting in front of this keyboard, but at night, my dreams are as literal as literal gets. One recent night—hours after finishing a major (but by no means final) revision to the … Continue reading

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Who’d Have Your Back?

John Clark here for what I hope will be a fun group post. Back in the mists of antiquity, when Little Egypt was a mere slip of a girl and bikinis had yet to be invented (well at least ten years … Continue reading

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