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Writing Books We Actually Use

Today, we’re using our group post Wednesday to share some of the writing books and reference books we return to again and again. Not every book works for every writer. You have to try them out and see if the … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Lunch: 7 writing exercises you can do at lunch

Kate Flora: I really wanted to teach a writing class this summer. Alas, the kind of six week class I like to teach didn’t fit MWPA’s needs. Still, today I found myself rummaging through the files, looking at some of … Continue reading

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A question of morale

  Kate Flora, here: A Maine writer attending the New England Crime Bake conference a week ago observed that she appreciated what we are writing at Maine Crime Writers because there is often useful advice for other writers. Since one of … Continue reading

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Using Pinterest to Promote Your Books

This week on Maine Crime Writers: Monday, Gerry Boyle; Tuesday, Kaitlyn Dunnett; Wednesday, Vicki Doudera; Thursday, Lea Wait; Friday, James Hayman. Our guest today, Grub Street instructor and author Celeste Ng, gives advice on ways that writers might use Pinterest … Continue reading

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Writer’s Lunch – Seven Writing Exercises You Can Do At Lunch

It’s one of those crazy weeks when everyone at MCW is racing off somewhere, too busy for our Sunday group blog, so here, instead, is a new offering: The Once A Month Writing Tips Sunday. We inaugurate this feature with … Continue reading

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