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Are neanderthals still around? Read Scientific American. You  might be surprised.

Neanderthal Protocol (adult thriller, Musa Publishing, eBook)
After cold-fusion physicist Greg Anderson’s DNA test marks him as a Neanderthal, he is forced to live like an animal. Rachel helps him search for the organization trying to destroy him. PDF, ePUB (Nook, iPad, Android), PRC (Kindle), Mobi

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Another reminder: The September Louisville SCBWI Chit Chatters Schmooze will be the second Monday in September because of Labor Day (I will be enjoying Bluegrass that day).

Anyone from Kentucky, Tennessee, and southern Indiana is welcome to come.

Date: Monday, September 9th. Time: 6 to 8 pm. No RSVP required.
Place: Barnes & Noble, in the Café, 801 South Hurstbourne Parkway. This is about a mile north of I-64, on the right. This is NOT the B&N at the Summit Shopping Center.
At this month’s schmooze, Kurt Hampe will discuss the August LA SCBWI conference, which he attended. We can also discuss the upcoming Midsouth Nashville conference. Time permitting, we will offer optional critiques. Writers can read from their manuscript for three minutes. We will give on the spot critiques. Illustrators are always welcome.
You do not need to be a member of Midsouth SCBWI to attend.
For more information, contact Charles Suddeth at csuddeth@iglou.com

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Sunday, September 15, I will be on Musa Publishing’s Blog, discussing my 2013 Killer Nashville experience. The conference was for writers of thrillers, mysteries, crime, horror, romance, suspense, and young adult fiction.

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Today I am on Musa Publishing’s Blog, discussing Ten Louisville Places You Gotta See. My thriller, Neanderthal Protocol, takes place in and around Louisville. These may be tourist attractions, but I look at them from a cockeyed, writer’s perspective. You’ll either want to visit them right away or shun them forever. Come by and visit, no need to comment unless you want to.

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The guest speaker at Killer Nashville for Friday was D. P. Lyle. He is a writer, MD, and forensic specialist. He spoke about the cases involving OJ Simpson and Scott Peterson. Both men did stupid things and had bad luck.

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I am attending Killer Nashville this weekend. Over 500 writers (at least 150 published writers), agents, editors, and law enforcement people are attending. The conference is for writers of mysteries, thrillers, suspense, crime, and horror, among others.

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Please note: The September Louisville SCBWI Chit Chatters Schmooze will be the second Monday in September because of Labor Day.

Anyone from Kentucky, Tennessee, and southern Indiana is welcome to come.

Date: Monday, September 9th. Time: 6 to 8 pm. No RSVP required.
Place: Barnes & Noble, in the Café, 801 South Hurstbourne Parkway. This is about a mile north of I-64, on the right. This is NOT the B&N at the Summit Shopping Center.
At this month’s schmooze, Kurt Hampe will discuss the August LA SCBWI conference, which he attended. We can also discuss the upcoming Midsouth Nashville conference. Time permitting, we will offer optional critiques. Writers can read from their manuscript for three minutes. We will give on the spot critiques. Illustrators are always welcome.
You do not need to be a member of Midsouth SCBWI to attend.
For more information, contact Charles Suddeth at csuddeth@iglou.com

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