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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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This Sunday, August 25th, I will be 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. Comments  are welcome, but they are not required.

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Today is Book Lover’s Day. Love your books, take them with you wherever you go, and treasure them. Hardback, paperback, or eBook. My books, someone else’s, or your own.  Just love your books. They will return your love.

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Sunday, August 25th, I will be 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.

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I am guest blogging right now (Thursday, August 1) on Mari’s Midnight Garden. Visit with me as I describe The Dark Side of Louisville. Mari is a Lexington writer originally from eastern Kentucky.

http://mariadkins.com/guest-blog-the-dark-side-of-louisville

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The Business of Writing International Summit will be held in Louisville, Kentucky August 2 and 3 (Friday and Saturday) at Indiana Wesleyan University’s Louisville Conference Center 1500 Alliant Avenue, Louisville, KY  40299: http://www.businessofwritingsummit.com/

Although I do not plan to attend, I am posting it for those who might be interested. I especially urge those interested in e-publishing or self-publishing to check their website.

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Sunday, September 15, I will be on Musa Publishing’s Blog, discussing my 2013 Killer Nashville experience this coming August. The conference is for writers of thrillers, mysteries, crime, horror, and this year they are welcoming romance and young adult writers.

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I will be 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. The day will be Sunday, but the specific date will be announced later.

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Green River Writers held their 2013 summer retreat last week, from Thursday July 11th to Sunday July 14th at the Kavanaugh Center in Crestwood, Kentucky. I worked on my mystery/suspense novel, “Whistle Pig,” and my picture book, “Double Ethan.” I also worked on a poem or two.

Published and unpublished poetry and prose writers from all over Kentucky and several neighboring states joined us. I spent hours strolling around the pond, looking for the deer and raccoons that always spy on us. We had a great time and even the weatherman cooperated.

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Green River Writers are holding their 2013 summer retreat from Thursday July 11th to Sunday July 14th at the Kavanaugh Center in Crestwood, Kentucky. I brought my suspense novel, “Whistle Pig,” and a picture book manuscript “Double Ethan”, to the critique meetings.

Published and unpublished poetry and prose writers from several states are meeting. Non-members and new writers are welcome. Even if you aren’t staying overnight, you are welcome to attend, for one day or four days. Come join us.

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