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Experiment 38 is a thrilling read from start to finish, with a sweet romance and friendship throughout. I loved Nate’s devotion to Emily, especially given the dangers that lurked around every corner. I also loved Nate’s friends who helped no matter what catastrophes could befall them. They seemed to like the risks! But, I didn’t expect to be so enthralled as it is a young adult book. I figured it would be an enjoyable romance novel, with a simple mystery thrown in. I also didn’t expect to be guessing until the end what the heck was going on with Emily! Was she a robot, a real girl, something in between? To find out, read Experiment 38 by Charles Suddeth. You won’t be disappointed!

By Shawn Simon, author of Stepping into a New Role, Stories from Stepmoms.

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 Experiment 38: Young adult thriller, 4RV Publishing, paperback:  ISBN: 978-1-940310-02-2

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I would like to wish you and your family Happy Thanksgiving. May this day bring you peace and joy as you give thanks for your year.

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Halloween Kentucky Style (middle readers, Diversion Press, paperback)
Mike and Timmy try to scare Alice and Rosie. The trick’s on them when a younger neighbor and a homeless man team up to give them a real Halloween scare!

https://www.pinterest.com/chucksuddeth/halloween-kentucky-style/

ISBN:  978-1-935290-16-2

On Halloween Kentucky Style’s Pinterest page, you can get an idea about where in Kentucky the story takes place: http://astore.amazon.com/wwwdiversionp-20/detail/1935290169

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Experiment 38 , YA thriller, 4RV Publishing, paperback. Available from your local bookstore. This website will find your closest bookstore: http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781940310022

Eighteen-year-old Emily, small for her age, lives alone with her scientist-father and learns too late that he holds a terrible secret, one that might destroy her life.
As she and her boyfriend, Nate, try to unravel the mystery behind her father’s secret, they face danger and uncertainty.

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Experiment 38 , YA thriller, 4RV Publishing, paperback. Available from your local bookstore. This website will find your closest bookstore: http://www.indiebound.org/book/9781940310022

Eighteen-year-old Emily, small for her age, lives alone with her scientist-father and learns too late that he holds a terrible secret, one that might destroy her life.
As she and her boyfriend, Nate, try to unravel the mystery behind her father’s secret, they face danger and uncertainty.

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In honor of National Soup Month, I submit this recipe for historical purposes only, see warning: I consulted archeological and historical periodicals to assemble this recipe and show what life 50,000 years ago might have been like. Warning, I am not a cook. For safety’s sake (and your taste buds’ sake) consult a food expert before attempting this recipe:

Neanderthal Cattail soup

Ingredients:

Half dozen of cattail flowers, pollen, & roots

Handful of chicory leaves & roots

Handful of dandelion leaves

Wild lentils with husks

Directions:

Heat water in a birch bark tray, being careful to keep it out of direct flames to avoid afire.

Add wild lentils with husks to water, allow husks to dissolve and release the lentils

Peel & pound cattail roots, remove the fibers

Add chicory roots & cattail roots to boiling water

Add chicory leaves & dandelion leaves to boiling water

Finally add cattail flowers & pollen to boiling water

If meat is necessary (Neanderthals ate what they had), add small animals or birds

 

My novel takes place in the present, so you might call this an old (very old) family recipe.

Neanderthals in the 21st century? Neanderthal Protocol, thriller, Musa eBook http://musapublishing.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=7&products_id=443

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Eighth Mask,  adult mystery Library Tales Publishing. Print and eBook to be released summer 2015: http://www.librarytalespublishing.com/

Eighth Mask: Deputy Sheriff Charlie Yuchalla and Alcy investigate the deaths of two Cherokee Booger Dancers. When Charlie is accused of murder, he discovers that someone in the traditional Cherokee community has targeted him. Can they find the killer before the Sheriff charges Charlie with murder?

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Green River Writers 2014 Winners

 For more information go to: http://www.greenriverwriters.org/home.html

#1 President’s Prize–Fiction

First Place: “The Left and Right of Falling” Fairleigh Brooks, Louisville KY

Second Place: “Waring Welfare” Sheilia Henk Day, Louisville KY

Third Place: “The Ranger and the Rookie” Janet Tharpe, Louisville KY

First HM: “Prime the Pump” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

Second HM: “Turnspit Dog” Caroline Sposto, Memphis, TN

Third HM: “Outlander” Lisa Karen Miller, Alvaton KY

#2 Green River Grande–Poetry

First Place: “The Baker of Pompeii” Becky Lindsay, Crestview Hills KY

Second Place: “The Slaughter House” M. Ray Allen, Clifton Forge VA

Third Place: “April” Pauletta Hansel Cincinnati OH

First HM: “Jew as Noun” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

Second HM: “HUENEME” Mark Lee Webb, Louisville KY

Third HM: “Directionless Men” Jonathon C. Hardy, Louisville KY

Fourth HM: “In the Beginning There Was” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

#3 Green River Lean–Fiction

First Place: “The Three Crooked Pigs” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

Second Place: “Like Snowflakes” Neleigh Olson, Sierra Madre CA

Third Place: “There’s Still Hope for Me?” Janice Canerdy, Potts Camp MS

First HM: “No Deal” Kim Greenup, Mount Vernon AR

#4 Suzanne Suddeth Memorial Prize–Prose or Poetry

First Place: “Lily’s Little Mother” Caroline Sposto, Memphis TN

Second Place: “Boogey Man” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

Third Place: “Perry Winkle” Robin Naeger, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri

First HM: “The Marshmallow Mine” Travis Kelley, Frankfort KY

#5 Rubye Fowler Memorial Prize–Creative Nonfiction

First Place: “The Legend of Bubba” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

Second Place: “The Island” Shana Hitt, Brooklyn NY

Third Place: “The Straight Poop” Steve Reynolds, Normal IL

First HM: “On the Wings of Shoes” Thomas M. Edwards, Crossville TN

Second HM: “Mothering, Daughtering and Other Acts of Defiance” Pauletta Hansel             Cincinnati OH

Third HM: “You Just Do” Linda A. Mohr, North Palm Beach, FL

#6 Clear Creek Flash–Fiction

First Place: “A 33-Year-Old Delinquent” Rebecca Crouse, Post Falls ID

Second Place: “Bessie’s Sanctuary” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

Third Place: “Nancy’s Reality” Linda Hoagland, North Tazewell VA

First HM: “Passing Fancies” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

#7 Hub City Prize–Poetry

First Place: “Redemption” Linda Neal Reising, IN

Second Place: “The Beacon” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

Third Place: “The Pretty One” Linda Neal Reising, Poseyville, IN

First HM: “Twelfth Night” Beth Staas, Lagrange Park IL

Second HM: “Beacon” Jerri Hardesty, Brierfield Al

#8 Jim O’Dell Memorial–Poetry

First Place: “The Heau” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

Second Place: “To Dance on Water” Sara Gipson, Scott, AR

Third Place: “Reunion” Caroline Sposto, Memphis, TN

First HM: “A Chance for Romance” Sara Gipson, Scott, AR

Second HM: “To save the Newspaper” Rebecca Crouse, Post Falls ID

Third HM: “The Errant Heron” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

#9 Sometimes You Can’t Be Saved from Yourself–Poetry

First Place: “Word Salad” Mark Lee Webb, Louisville KY

Second Place: “Inside Windridge Nursing Home” Linda Neal Reising, Poseyville IN

Third Place: “Noisy Neighbor” Janice Hornburg, Johnson City TN

First HM: “An Attempt at Immortality” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

Second HM: “Seven” Pauletta Hansel Cincinnati OH

Third HM: “Spider holes” M. Ray Allen, Clifton Forge VA

#10 Poet’s Choice–Poetry

First Place: “An American Haibun” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

Second Place: “Saving Berry Pies” Becky Lindsay, Crestview Hills KY

Third Place: “The Hand She Has Been Dealt” Name has been lost. For credit, send first             stanza to contest@greenriverwriters.org .

First HM: “Boulevard of Birches” Ruth Hill, Chetwynd, BC Canada

Second HM: “Replicas Available in the Gift Shop” Name has been lost. For credit, send             first stanza to contest@greenriverwriters.org

Third HM: “Revisions” Janice Hornburg, Johnson City TN

#11 Just Us–Poetry

First Place: “Blackberry Thorns” Tonya Northenor, Lewisport KY

Second Place: “Liberals” Janice Hornburg, Johnson City TN

Third Place: “The Invisible” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

First HM: “Desert Sunset” Sara Gipson, Scott AR

#12 Persona Poem–Poetry

First Place: “Laura Knight’s Self Portrait, 1913” Kathleen McClung, San Francisco CA

Second Place: “Interview With Diane Arbus” Linda Neal Reising, Poseyville IN

Third Place: “My Family Worked at the Aladdin” Mark Lee Webb, Louisville KY

First HM: “Christmas Smelled Like a Wet Donkey” Mark Lee Webb, Louisville, KY

#13 Snakes and Dragons, Oh My–Poetry

First Place: “Before you were Shirley,” Mark Lee Webb, Louisville KY

Second Place: “Harper Lee Was Wrong” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

Third Place: “Morning coffee” Sara Gipson, Scott, AR

First HM: “Dark companion” Sara Gipson, Scott, AR

Second HM: “Lost and Mounds” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

#14 Small Town Observations, Honoring Anna Lucas–Poetry

First Place: “Sand and Water” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

Second Place: “A Perfect Storm” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

Third Place: “Advice for the Newcomer” Sheryl Clough, Clinton WA

First HM: “Lagniappe” Janice Hornburg, Johnson City TN

Second HM: “Late Harvest” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

Third HM: “Small Town Heritage” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

Fourth HM: “Succession” Janice Hornburg, Johnson City TN

#15 Glenda Fowler Pearson Memorial–Poetry

First Place: “Lake at Autumn” Sara Gipson, AR

Second Place: “Silence” Janice Hornburg, Johnson City TN

Third Place: “Home Sweet…” Barbara Blanks, Garland TX

First HM: “The Hermits Reply” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

#16 Less Is More–Poetry

First Place: “First Kiss” Linda Neal Reising, Poseyville IN

Second Place: “Symbiosis” Jonathon C. Hardy, Louisville KY

Third Place: “Waiting in the Waiting Room” M. Ray Allen, Clifton Forge VA

First HM: “Life’s Final Question” Pauletta Hansel, Cincinnati OH

Second HM: “Elementary” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

#17 Strange Duck, in Honor of Sue Bayes–Poetry

First Place: “Housekeeping, August 1899” Pauletta Hansel, Cincinnati OH

Second Place: “My Litany” Carole Johnston, Lexington KY

Third Place: “Navigating a Sea of Dreams” Sara Gipson, AR 72142

First HM: “Poetic Justice” Caroline Sposto, Memphis, TN

Second HM: “Dublin Street Poet” Sheryl Clough, Clinton WA

Third HM: “Irony at the Allergist’s” Ellaraine Lockie, Sunnyvale CA

#18 Nature, Animal, Spirit–Nonfiction

First Place “Owl” Kathleen McClung, San Francisco CA

Second Place: “Death on a Creek Bank” Shannon Cavanaugh, Folly Beach, SC

Third Place: “The Dining Room Table” Simona Carini, Trinidad CA

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This is the category I hosted for the Green River Writers 2014 Writing Contest. Later I will post the winners for all 18 categories.

#4 Suzanne Suddeth Memorial Prize–Prose or Poetry

First Place: “Lily’s Little Mother” Caroline Sposto, Memphis TN

Second Place: “Boogey Man” Beecher Smith, Memphis TN

Third Place: “Perry Winkle” Robin Naeger, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri

First HM: “The Marshmallow Mine” Travis Kelley, Frankfort KY

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The Kentucky Writing Workshop — a full-day “How to Get Published” writing event in Louisville, KY, on February 6, 2015. Holiday Inn Louisville East, 1325 S Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville, KY 40222. This is near where I host my Chit Chatters Schmoozes. http://kentuckywritingworkshop.com/2014/09/25/the-2015-kentucky-writing-workshop-feb-6-2015/

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