Tag Archives: Thread and Gone

Writing What I Know … My Home's History

Lea Wait, here. Stories of the past speak to me. Historical novels have always been among my favorites, and I write books set in nineteenth century Maine for ages eight and up in addition to my two mystery series, many … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: January 9-10, 2016

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Monday), John Clark (Tuesday), Vaughn Hardacker (Wednesday), Brenda Buchanan (Thursday), and Kate Flora (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us … Continue reading

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Beginnings and Endings …

Lea Wait, here, wishing everyone a Happy 2016! In the part of my life labelled “books and writing,” it’s a busy week. It’s publication week (although copies from on-line retailers started winging their ways to readers last week) for the … Continue reading

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Second in a Series: THREADS OF EVIDENCE

Lea Wait here, nervously anticipating next week’s release (August 25) of Threads of Evidence, the second in my Mainely Needlepoint series. Twisted Threads, the first in the series, got some great reviews and I was pleased with sales. So far pre-orders of Threads … Continue reading

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Cleaning Up

Lea Wait, here. Last weekend I was relieved and delighted to send the manuscript of the third in my Mainely Needlepoint series, THREAD AND GONE, to my editor. (What does it say about my publisher when they’ve finished the cover before I’ve … Continue reading

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