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Opinion Wanted

I have a literary mystery, 1955, rural Kentucky. The title is currently Whistle Pig Down. I am thinking of changing the title to Ferry to Hell, but is this title too melodramatic? Or do titles need to be that way? I would love everyone’s opinion.

Sally barges into James’s isolated cabin and begs for help. After someone kidnaps her, James tries to rescue her and discover if she killed a grocery clerk during a robbery. When she learns that he is accused of murdering a couple over a lover’s quarrel and of war crimes, she tries to clear his name and his conscience. Can they save each other?

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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Published and unpublished poetry and prose writers from all over Kentucky and several neighboring states joined us.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Published and unpublished poetry and prose writers from several states are meeting.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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