Tag Archives: Paul Doiron

Another Look Back

Bruce Robert Coffin here waxing nostalgic. I was seated at my writing desk this past weekend trying to decide what I wanted to blog about this month on Maine Crime Writers when Facebook shared a memory with me. After reading … Continue reading

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Books, Books and More Books!

By Brenda Buchanan Fall is now rushing into view.  When I gaze at my shelf of just-read and to-be-read books I wish there were more hours in the day. My writing schedule keeps me in front of the keyboard until 9:30 or so … Continue reading

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Remember This Day

“Remember this day.” That was Paul Doiron’s advice to me the day I received the very first paperback copies of my debut novel. It was Saturday morning and the sun was shining and the temperature was nearing eighty as I loaded my … Continue reading

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Interview with Author Brian Thiem

Bonjour, fellow readers and scribes. Bruce Robert Coffin here with a real treat. This month I’m pleased to introduce friend, author, and former crime fighter Brian Thiem. Brian, author of the acclaimed series debut Red Line, spent 25 years with … Continue reading

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A Look Back

Bruce Robert Coffin checking in. I’m sitting in my attic writing nook reflecting on the past year. What a ride! January 1st, 2015 found me with the usual resolutions, eat better, lose a few pounds, workout more, you know the … Continue reading

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Appalachian Trail is suddenly the place to be (theoretically)

Maureen Milliken here… Remember back in 2009, North Carolina governor Mark Sanford’s alibi for an extramarital affair with a woman in Argentina was that he was hiking the Appalachian Trail? Sanford was away from home for about a week, but … Continue reading

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We Love Maine Mystery Writers

Our guest blogger today is Mainely Murders, a bookstore in Kennebunk that specializes in mysteries, talking about Maine crime writers who are popular with their patrons.  At Mainely Murders, our five-year-old mystery bookstore in Kennebunk, we love Maine crime writers. … Continue reading

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