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Kaitlyn Dunnett

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Kaitlyn Dunnett is a pseudonym used by Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the Face Down Mysteries featuring Susanna Appleton, 16th century gentlewoman, herbalist, and sleuth, the award-winning How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries, and a wide assortment of other books.

Kathy Lynn Emerson was born in Liberty, New York and began writing as a child: a newspaper for her dolls and then a rambling adventure series featuring characters from all her favourite television shows. She moved from New York State to attend college in rural Maine where she recieved a bachelor's degree from Bates College. She met her future husband there and they married two weeks after graduation. They currently live in rural Western Maine with three cats.

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Kaitlyn Dunnett If I can't move ahead with the project I'm working on, I usually take a break from it and work on a different novel or short story. By the time I've…moreIf I can't move ahead with the project I'm working on, I usually take a break from it and work on a different novel or short story. By the time I've reached a good stopping point with that one, my subconscious will have come up with ideas about what to do next in the first project.(less)
Kaitlyn Dunnett I get to set my own hours and don't have to answer to a boss. Plus I can wear comfortable clothing to work.
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Several of us at Maine Crime Writers have been dealing with page proofs this month. What are page proofs, you ask? They are the pages of the book after they’ve been typeset. All revisions and copy edits have been incorporated, the latter after the author has had a chance to see them and reject those that are objectionable (although the final decision on this is up to the editor). This is the ve... Read more of this blog post »
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