Tag Archives: Sisters in Crime New England

Whodunit (and Whowonit) at Books in Boothbay 2016

Jen Blood here, coming to you in the midst of a very hectic moving day in Mid-Coast Maine. In my last post, I talked about the Murder Mystery Mashup at this year’s Books in Boothbay, which I helped Sisters in … Continue reading

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Murder at the Old Railway Chapel

Jen Blood here, to talk about an upcoming event I’m very excited about. On the second Saturday of July for the past three years, I’ve been at Boothbay Railway Village for Books in Boothbay, an annual event sponsored by the … Continue reading

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Want to get your book published? Start with a Crimebake

Hi all, Maureen here. Sorry this is a little late this morning. Must still be recovering from this year’s excellent New England Crime Bake. Some of you may be asking, “So, what’s a Crime Bake?” Eight years ago, I would … Continue reading

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And A Good Time Was Had By All

Kate Flora here. It’s not my day to blog, but today’s scheduled blogger is lost in a sea of confusion. Not surprising.  This weekend, many of your friendly neighborhood Maine Crime Writers were gathered at the Glickman Library in Portland … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: March 15-16, 2014

Next week at Maine Crime Writers we’ll be featuring posts from Jayne Hitchcock (Monday) Kate Flora (Tuesday), Gerry Boyle (Thursday), and Kaitlyn Dunnett (Friday), with a special guest post from Earl Smith on Wednesday.  In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some … Continue reading

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Now It Can Be Told, Part Deux, (Redux) by Barbara Ross

Hi. Barb here. Kate has kindly invited us to take an extra long Labor Day by rerunning a favorite post. How appropriate that I, on the eve of the publication of Clammed Up, the first book in my Maine Clambake … Continue reading

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