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I LOVE RESEARCH

Winter has me thinking about getting away to somewhere warm. Since I can’t do that right away, I thought I’d revisit a previous trip that yielded both warmth and a research bonanza. I wrote a bit about this in an … Continue reading

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Whose Story Is It?

Does the title ring a bell with you? The one thing that I battle is Point of View! Yes that thing editors watch closely and the trap many authors fall into–POV. First we must define what POV is. In his … Continue reading

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Where Did You Get THAT Idea?

UPDATE: 1/10/2020 the winners have been chosen and notified in the drawing for advance reading copies of A View to a Kilt. Thanks to all who commented. Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, with more ARCs to give away. See the … Continue reading

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The Creation of Lea Wait’s THREAD AND BURIED, Part Two

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. This is the second of two posts taken from emails I received from Lea during the time she was working on Thread and Buried, the ninth Mainely Needlepoint mystery. At the same time, she was … Continue reading

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The Creation of Lea Wait’s THREAD AND BURIED, Part One

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. Today and tomorrow I’ll be sharing some gently edited excerpts from emails I received from Lea during the time she was working on Thread and Buried, the ninth Mainely Needlepoint mystery. She received a diagnosis … Continue reading

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If Music Be the Food of Love, Cook On

Yes, I know Shakespeare didn’t write it that way in Twelfth Night. But I’m definitely not the first to make the connection between food and love. In crime fiction as well as in romance fiction, people’s relationships are at the … Continue reading

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If You Could Write Like Anyone, Who Would It Be?

Kate Flora: Many years ago, at an author event, someone in the audience asked me, “If you could write like anyone, who would it be?” At the time, I had finally clawed my way out of the unpublished writer’s corner … Continue reading

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