Tag Archives: On Deadly Ground

MEETING THE CHALLENGE – FIRST CHAPTERS

Did you ever wonder how the author of that great mystery or suspense you just finished grabbed you from the very beginning? Creating that hook is something authors of genre fiction, whether mystery or thriller or romance or sci fi … Continue reading

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“THE END”—THEN WHAT?

At a social event in the distant past when it was possible to attend such things as social events, the woman I was conversing with over our plates of snacks asked excitedly when my next book would be released. I … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location

No, I’m not writing about real estate, or maybe I am, but I’m not trying to sell you any property, I promise. This is about fiction settings—region, country, state, city, bodies of water, even food and drink. Realistic or real … Continue reading

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Breaking News: New for 2015! Books, Books, Books!

Happy New Year from Maine Crime Writers Here’s what will be coming your way from us in 2015: Sarah Graves: New in 2015, WINTER AT THE DOOR,  due out January 6, 2015. Ex-Boston homicide cop Lizzie Snow hunts her long-missing niece … Continue reading

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