Monthly Archives: June 2018

Holy Cow It’s Foggy

Even if you live on the Maine coast, you’ve probably never experienced fog like this. Barbara Winslow’s children’s book, Just A Little Fog, published by North Country Press, should have been titled, Holy Cow It’s Foggy. Barbara’s fog blankets the country, causing chaos, while a TV 5 weatherman insists “It’s just a little fog.” Nope, […]

Do you think moose hunters want to shoot calves?

Perhaps the most important goal in DIFW’s new moose management plan is this one: maintain a healthy sustainable moose population while providing hunting and viewing opportunities. Don’t we wish this was easy. The plan notes that as Maine moves into a new horizon moose management impacts of winter ticks, a warming climate, changing forest practices […]

Secrets Haunt The Lobster’s Sea

I’ll guarantee one thing about Charlene D’Avanzo’s new novel, Secrets Haunt the Lobster Sea, designed and produced by Maine Authors Publishing: you will not figure out the murderer until Charlene discloses it. You might think you know, but you won’t. I enjoy lots of things about Charlene’s novels featuring Mara Tusconi, an ocean scientist. The […]