Tag Archives: Red’s Eats

Even the most dedicated writer must eat . . .

Even when a writer is in book jail, or sweating over interminable edits, or wishing there were a nearby pub somewhere in the midst of rural Maine, meals are a necessity. True, we often eat at our desks, laboring over … Continue reading

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Lea Wait's Wiscasset

No; I don’t live in Wiscasset, Maine, the harbor village twelve miles from the Atlantic, on the Sheepscot River, about an hour north of Portland. But when I decided to write a series of books set in one typical northern … Continue reading

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Wiscasset: That Town Across the Sheepscot River

Lea Wait, here, thinking it’s time for me to write about Wiscasset.┬áSarah Graves lives in Eastport and writes about it. Several authors on this list set their books in Portland.┬áMost people I meet assume I live in Wiscasset. Why? Because … Continue reading

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