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It took a class and a workshop leader to make me see how useful these were. On the last day, each of us met with Virginia privately. Then came the payoff. Virginia suggested that each chapter of my adventure be turned into a series of problems and solutions as a way of creating this strong narrative persona. Then I can divide my stories under several categories such as the hike itself, historical thread, and emotional thread.

It was a long, hot drive back to Asheville as I tried to keep my mind on the road, and not on my book. She writes for regional magazines including Mountain Xpress and Smoky Mountain Living and blogs about the outdoors at www. The Randall Jarrell Poetry Competition honors the work and legacy of the poet and critic Randall Jarrell, who taught at what is now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for nearly eighteen years.

In August we will let our members know how they can have their books included in this display. Registration will open in September. It is one I will always remember. Also, her poem "Summer Shimmers" is up this week in Avocet , a journal of nature poems. It had previously been published in Living with Loss Magazine , Summer UnCommon Origins presents twenty-two depictions of moments on the precipice, beginnings both beautiful and tragic. Fantastical stories of Creation, Feral Children, Gods and Goddesses both holy and horrific , and possibilities you never dared imagine come to life.

Including stories from some of the most talented Speculative Fiction and Magical Realism authors around, UnCommon Origins revisits the oldest questions in the universe: Where did we come from? Other poets whose poems were selected as finalists and for publication in are Peg Bresnahan, Kathryn Kirkpatrick, Susan M. Readers who are used to lawyer protagonists operating fairly narrowly in courtroom proceedings will be delighted to find that the protagonist's prowess and purposes embrace far more than courtroom environments and client encounters. Another notable feature of Broken Eagle is its attention to developing subplots that detail a host of special interests and their sometimes-conflicting interactions The result is far more than the usual kind of story 'legal thriller' genre readers will expect, and is highly and especially recommended for anyone who appreciates military intrigue and aviation legal matters wound into the bigger picture of those who have sacrificed for their nation in more ways than one.

This poem was originally published in Wild Goose Poetry Review. Her story "Revival" will be published in the Savannah Anthology coming out late summer. Fish whose novella, Out of the Darkness , about school bullying, is at the publisher and should be available sometime around the first of August. It should be read by students, parents, and teachers. North Carolina Dramatists Guild rep. Kim Stinson profiles the group, which meets the third or fourth Saturday monthly in the Hendersonville Public Library Kaplan Auditorium. Guests are invited.

There are no fees. A series of essays with a bittersweet flavor that chronicles the author's experiences living in three distinct areas of the United States. Where you live determines your lifestyle and the people you will encounter. In a series of essays divided into four sections, she reveals her memories and experiences.

Along the way, she shares some first-hand knowledge of bereavement, widowhood, moving, and coping. She is a devoted and doting grandmother who believes strongly in keeping active and making a contribution to the community. The current senior dating scene is another interest. His delicious descriptions of Ireland are the setting for an intricate Robin Hood caper and a heartfelt love story.

Devastated by the death of both his father and a lover, New York photographer Channey Moran accepts an easy assignment in Ireland. He soon becomes accidentally enmeshed in a bizarre ship hijacking by eco-mercenaries led by an eccentric ex-CIA operative who fascinates the world's news media while horrifying Big Energy. Local photographer Glennie MacDonald searches the high seas for Channey and finds him moments from drowning. Seeing in him a kindred soul—one she now loves—Glennie nurses him back to life as Ireland erupts in chaos trying to find the allusive leader and his men. A veteran New York studio and location photographer with work syndicated worldwide by Getty Images, Jon and his wife Catherine relocated to a quiet mountain cove outside of Asheville, NC.

After the publication of The Irish File—Images from a Land of Grace , Jon found himself in a health-related situation where photography had become less possible, so began writing, attending writers workshops and conferences, as well as nurturing his interest in Irish history.

In addition to three novels completed, Jon is adding to an already finished illustrated book on the Sacred Ireland as well as the third book in the Channey Moran series. What Came Next is the story of a widow's loves and lives after the death of her husband of thirty-three years. She joins what is equivalent to the local online social groups of today and meets two men whom inhabit her story.

He is dying. Family and involvement in a legal suit concerning family land are part of her story, as well. Her greatest struggle is with her own conscience, as she seeks to find her own peace without hurting either man or compromising her love of God and her desire to please him. Employed as a hospital pharmacist for twenty-three years, she retired in and began to write and publish books: , Searchings , a book of poetry; , Confessions of an Outer Banks Filly , stories of growing up on the Outer Banks of North Carolina; , Valley of the Shadow , a journey through grief.

Her latest is What Came Next , a memoir. A church school teacher and a volunteer for her church choir and a local non-profit entertainment group, she enjoys travel, music, reading, and people. Widowed, she lives in the same house where she raised three sons, beginning in , with husband Don in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Her poems are the kind we share with special friends, and this new volume is so full of gems, I'll have plenty of gifts to go around for years to come. A skillful poet with a compassionate heart, she is not stingy with this light. Eliot would call what she does mastering the objective correlative. I call it incarnating light. As Erickson shares images and experiences in her richly textured poems, she invites her readers into her own psyche, a place where we are all likely to feel accepted and warm.

Terri Kirby Erickson is the author of four collections of poetry, including In the Palms of Angels Press 53, , winner of three international awards, and her newest collection, A Lake of Light and Clouds Press 53, Her work has appeared in the Poet's Market , former U. She was awarded the Leidig Lectureship at Emory and Henry College, and has taught poetry for the continuing education program at Salem College as well as workshops at Brevard College, Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania, and various public schools, libraries, and other venues.

She lives in Lewisville, North Carolina, with her husband of many years, surrounded by a wide assortment of birds, squirrels, chipmunks, and a family of extremely shy groundhogs. Visit her website at www. Sinar's characters jump off the page with telling details and the cadence of the south in an affectionate nod to his adopted home…" —Marni Graff, award-winning author of The Nora Tierney Mysteries. Each unique story features characters from the fictitious town of Marsden who offer the reader a glimpse into their own unique life experiences.

A witty, colorful preservation of local flavor, uniqueness and language spun by a master storyteller. He has met these characters and their stories with a relish and kindness, retelling them so that we can share with him the sounds, tastes, textures, and visuals that enrich the heritage we Southerners take for granted. You will smile, laugh out loud, and maybe find yourself in some of his characters and their attitudes toward life and home. Collection of short stories about southern characters in the fictional town of Marsden, N.

Humor, foibles, and character back stories about residents of Marsden and how they approach daily living. The format is of a section introducing the characters, followed by a section that tells their stories: finding relationships with southern men to burying a dead cat in the winter. Dennis Sinar is a retired academic physician who is a listener. His stories start with a nugget of truth, bounce a round a bit in his head, and emerge when they're ready. He publishes a travel blog of his adventures in Alaska laying stone on houses, studying Eastern Medicine in Nepal, and refinishing antique furniture in Pennsylvania among other topics.

When the bodies of a man and woman are found slay in the Outer Banks' Nags Head Woods by crime writer Harrison Weaver, an investigation is launched that proves deadly for others—and potentially so for Weaver and two of his friends. He must act fast to safe the three of them from a deranged killer. Terrell is the published author of eight books, including four mysteries set at the Outer Banks. With a writing career spanning more than forty years, Terrell has published in magazines, newspapers, radio, television, and public relations.

Though hers is a life 'coded' by sound, these essays showcase her training in photography. Even in the darkest rooms of this book—black widow spiders, vultures, a father killed by his own hand, a mother 'no daughter could have cherished…enough'—there is light to read by. Reading The Only Sounds We Make , we lucky readers learn, as the essayist has learned, 'how to read light. Zacharias pitches her tent at the crossroads of the natural world and the moral universe, and what she gives us is observation and insight to match the best of Annie Dillard, Wendell Berry, and Diane Ackerman.

You cannot hold these stories in your hand. They are at once too heavy and too light. But at daybreak, opening the flap of your tent, you might catch the poet's vision for Zacharias has given hers flight. The Only Sounds We Make is a memoir in the form of personal essays that is deeply concerned with the way language, image, and memory give a life coherence and meaning. Fascinated by the natural world, Zacharias turns to creatures whose language we cannot fathom, from spiders to vultures to dogs, and the mute record of the land through time, to discover what those powers mean.

These thirteen deeply metaphorical essays are both intensely personal and vitally concerned with the larger world, including the kingdom beyond our ken. Exploring subjects as diverse as her father's suicide, the great migration that changed the racial composition of Chicago's South Side, the nature of light, and the geology of the Grand Canyon, Zacharias writes with grace, precision, and candor about the experiences that shape our humanity and our relationships, to our parents, to our children, and to past, present, and future. Lee Zacharias was born in Chicago. She is a photographer as well as the author of three books of fiction.

These bracing poems celebrate everything from nature to history, to the family, to the famous—and in each, she discovers the music and meaning that lets them bloom in all their strangeness and surprise. The Table of Contents is equally impressive, showing poems embracing myth, history ancient and modern, happenings worldwide and close to home, characters from many cultures. Research can provide facts about these people, but only the powerful imagination of the poet can recreate their world and take us back with her into their lives.

The first section features famous women celebrities and non-celebrities alike. More varied in perspective than the first two sections, the third section focuses primarily on historical figures all male as well as animals and plants. In the fourth and final section, the poet uses race as her subject matter, examining how race has impacted the lives of black men in particular, from the famous to the not-so-famous members of her family.

She also won second prize in the James Larkin Pearson free verse category of an annual poetry contest sponsored by the Poetry Council of North Carolina in Currently, she serves as a contributing editor for Backbone Poetry Journal. She has read at venues that include the Harvey B. Gary V. Powell has created a working class world rich with suspenseful adventure, alive with humor and heart wrenching pathos. The world of this novel teems with original, hard scrabble characters grappling with a surprising array of life's inevitable crises.

I loved listening in on their quick and inventive banter. Powell''s protagonist, Jimmy McClean is a complex man of our time who has the power to make everyone in his world feel better; he stole this readers heart! Powell uses words like a master artist uses oil and brushes to paint vivid pictures of his characters, their problems, and their strengths.

He makes readers feel as if they've personally known these people for years—to feel pity for some and hatred for others. He also manages to slip in a bit of social commentary, without sounding preachy, while making readers anxious to find out what happens next.

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Through his protagonist, Jim McLean, Powell offers an intriguing blend of biting social commentary and quirky, poignant insights. Lucky Bastard kept me guessing… and turning pages… to the very end. Powell gives us Lucky Bastard , a debut novel that is part rollicking road-trip thriller, part love story, and part character study. After landing the first big customer for his new handyman business and wrangling a date with sweet Becky Newberry, Vietnam vet Jimmy McLean believes things are looking up-until a quarter ton of home-grown marijuana mysteriously appears on his boat, his ex-wife's teenage niece, Nora, disappears with a stranger on a motorcycle, and old buddy, Harley Hopewell, is arrested for a homicide he may or may not have committed.

Haunted by lingering dreams of war, Jimmy struggles to create a better life for himself while remaining loyal to old friends and family. Before it's over, he faces down a ruthless drug dealer, puts his life on the line with a famous gangster rapper, and fixes a few broken lives with the same care he fixes a house in need of repair. In addition, several of his stories have placed or been selected as finalists in national contests.

He lives near the shores of Lake Norman, North Carolina, with his beautiful wife and amazing son. The Renegades is his deepest, richest, most exciting novel yet, filled with remarkable adventure and a bone-deep understanding of the men and women in Afghanistan: Americans, Afghans, military, and civilian alike. A Taliban splinter group, Black Crescent, is conducting its own campaign—shooting medical workers, downing helicopters, slaughtering anyone who dares to accept aid.

With the U. A terrific addition to contemporary war fiction. World War II brought many young women into large cities where they worked at jobs previously held by men. Often the young women lived in rooming houses away from their parents, unheard of for Italian-American girls of the era. Giulia breaks out to work in Wilmington where she is assigned to a special unit in the Wilmington shipyard—one that deals with secret technology to help us win the war. Her cousin Carmie and friend Helen introduce her to another world she has never seen—dances.

Their romance, fueled by the war's exigencies and the capture of a spy who threatens the secret work of the shipyard brings Giulia to another crossroads in her life. She must choose between obeying her parents decree that she marry only another Italian, or marrying the man she loves. The story is full of details about life on the home front in World War II and is suitable for young adults as well as adult readers.

She lives in Calabash, NC. Although no one who grew up on the farm except for him was active in the civil rights movement, in Canebrake Beach he imagines what would happened to members of black and white families as they progress from the Jim Crow era and beyond. The other short stories in the book explore friendships, relationships, and conflicts of white and black people in the South at various intervals over a span of seventy years. Always, trust God. Jugis, Bishop of Charlotte.

Deanna Klingel was a child in a small town in the s. It was a time when kids amused themselves with paper, scissors, magazines, paste, crayons, and books, while listening to the radio. She wrote plays for her classmates, wrote for the school newspapers, yearbook, tons of letters of correspondence with relatives and pen pals. She recently found a yellowed poem she wrote for the Michigan State University newspaper.

After she had kids 7 she wrote puppet plays and stories for them, edited school newsletters, and projects, plays and news for Scouts and church. She wrote all the time. She made scrapbooks, diaries, and kept journals. Then one day it happened. An impenetrable safe is breached and a secret artifact is stolen. What they discover is a clue to the lost throne of King Solomon, the real object of the theft.

They are thrust out on an adventure that leads them halfway around the world. Born and raised in Rockledge, Florida, Jennings Wright spent her early years reading anything she could get her hands on, when she wasn't spending time in and on the water. She won a prize in the 6th grade for her writing. She spent time over the years doing various kinds of script doctoring, business writing, editing, and teaching writing, but mostly having and raising her family, homeschooling her children, owning and running a business with her husband, and starting a non-profit to Uganda.

Thanks to a crazy idea called NaNoWriMo, Jennings got back into creative writing in and hasn't stopped since. She's written three novels and a screenplay, with more ideas on the drawing board. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband, a political writer, and two children, and travels extensively. Weavil whose novel Crown of Ice is now a series.

Scepter of Fire will be published in , publication date of Orb of Light is currently planned for The two books continue the story and include the major characters from Crown of Ice , but are each told by a different protagonist. Hofer's story was "Hurricane Season. It will appear in the October issue. Publication will be in Prime Number Magazine 79 in October. Anthony S. The Brockman-Campbell Book Award is given annually by the NCPS for a book-length volume of poetry published the previous year by a native-born North Carolinian or current resident who has lived in the state for at least three years at the time of publication.

Jones whose memoir Bearwallow John F. She has a gift shop full of her own jewelry designs and a sweet little sailboat to take her mind off the guy who got away. When widower Will Merritt limps into town with a broken sailboat and a perky seven-year-old daughter, he offers the perfect distraction—until that distraction turns into fascination when Tadie offers shelter during a hurricane. Only, Will has sworn never to let another woman in his life. Normandie Fischer had the best of several worlds: a Southern heritage, access to schooling in the DC area which meant lots of cultural adventures , and several years of sculpture studies in Italy.

It might have been better for her if she'd used all these opportunities more wisely, but it's possible that the imperfect and the unwise also add fodder for the artist and the writer. Her life changed radically when she married the love of her life at an age when some would have said she was over the hill and way past her prime. A lifelong sailor, she was delighted to find that Michael also longed to cruise lovely waters, which is what they did from Northern CA to Mexico, spending too-few years in the incomparable Sea of Cortez.

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Sea Venture, their 50' ketch, is back home in North Carolina now because Normandie's mama needed care. Still, it's gorgeous there, too, and she can write and edit from home as easily as she could on the boat. The poems begin along the shore of the Haw River, and move to Russia. The motto of Judy Hogan is creating and overcoming.

She has published five poetry books and two prose works with small presses. She has taught creative writing since Her first mystery, Killer Frost , was a finalist in the St. Farm Fresh and Fatal is due out October 1, She farms and writes in Moncure, NC. Her website is www. Sophia Sawyer has lost all the sweetness in her life. Author Angela Belcher Epps explores what happens to these children left behind in her compelling novella, Salt in the Sugar Bowl. Angela Belcher Epps, an English teacher at an alternative high school, explores the complexities of life—including love, family relationships, loss and abandonment.

Amazon Digital Services, Inc. The world Lexi came from was safe, years and miles removed from international intrigue. That all changed when she married into European landed gentry. Lexi, the transplanted Southern blue blood, must face down compound challenges of culture, language, new love, an accident, in-law drama, and now, espionage. Injected into this mix are shadows from her past, thought long since left behind and of no consequence.

As this mix reaches critical mass, the demure NC Magnolia produces a steely side that amazes herself and puts everyone else off guard. Lexi simply refuses to roll over and play dead, and the reader is quickly sucked into this maelstrom with her. Joanna McKethan was born in Dunn, North Carolina, to parents of English and Scottish descent, and lives on original property from said ancestors just miles down the road from where the first Scottish settlers entered the area on the Cape Fear River in the s. A fine artist, professional in watercolor and oils, she has taught art from her private studio j'Originals for thirty-two years to thousands of students.

She exhibits and wins prizes nationally. A poet as well, she is published in literary magazines and anthologies and has won Writer's Digest's First Place in Unrhymed Poetry Award. Her characters see high-snd-spy adventures in love and danger in castles and stately homes here and abroad. Abby had the perfect suburban life: shopping sprees at the mall, a pool in her backyard, a dream bedroom, a best friend…That is, until her family moved to the backwoods of Wisconsin.

Abby plans to prove this backwoods dump is no place for a thirteen-year-old. So when her parents hire a carpenter and his son, Greg, she hangs out with the older boy to make her parents worry. When Abby finds the girl's old diary in the outbuilding, she learns that they share a common enemy, Greg. As an only child and avid daydreamer, she spent hours alone in her narrow backyard, which she imagined to be everything from an alien planet to the Antarctic. Her earliest memory of wanting to be a writer was when she was in the first grade and created, with crayons and folded sheets of Manila paper, a picture book about squirrels.

Today, she is a novelist and technical editor. She currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. Obsession is her first published novel. Tanner Turbeyfill has always wanted to travel to the moon to dig up his very own moon rocks. Much to his surprise, that trip would come sooner than he could have imagined. One night, while documenting a full moon from his tree house Observatory, Tanner notices the moon starting to brighten into a blue color.

The mysterious blue light transforms the tree house into a spaceship! Join Tanner on an adventure that takes him to the moon and back. This beautifully illustrated story includes actual moon facts direct from Tanner's Moon Journal , an illustration of our Solar System, and a narrative audio CD with an original song to learn. Kids everywhere will love it! Anna Browning grew up in the mountains of western North Carolina. She began writing in while working in a preschool classroom. She lives in Waynesville, NC, with her fat cat, Leo. Tanner Turbeyfill and the Moon Rocks is her first book: www.

Ryan Richmond has dreamed about going to space since the age of seven. Reading space updates—and seeing pictures of Neil Armstrong on the lunar surface in National Geographic —was the ignition of this dream. At nineteen he sold his first company and employed the remnants of the Russian Space Program, three of the best space brains in the world. In his twenties he founded and sold two more companies and hired the most outstanding scientists and engineers from the European Space Authority. During his thirties, after selling his third company, he invested heavily in Internet start-ups, like Google, netting billions.

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His father, a banker was promoted with his International Bank to Africa and the young family moved to Africa in The author grew up in Southern Rhodesia. Once he had completed his mandatory military commitments, at twenty-one he left Africa to mature in Europe.

He enjoyed Europe and lived in three countries: England, Germany and Portugal for fifteen years before returning to Africa; Cape Town in Here the author owned and ran a restaurant, a coffee manufacturing and retail business, flew a Cessna around desolate southern Africa and finally got married in Due to the upheavals of the political turmoil in South Africa, the Wade family of three moved to the United States in Park City, Utah, was where his writing career began.

To date T I Wade has written eleven novels. The Author, his wife, and two teenage children currently live twenty miles south of Raleigh, North Carolina. A children's book to help inspire our children to respect others no matter their differences. Have you ever witnessed or been a part of bullying and taunting?

The elephants at the same zoo as Ziggy tease him because he looks different, and has a yellow trunk. When a very nice elephant named Roger witnesses this taunting and bullying, he begins to talk to Ziggy and help him through the taunting that is being done by the other elephants. Lemon was born in North Carolina. After a few years of employment, she decided to return to school to obtain another degree in Conflict and Peace Studies.

It was during this time, the course of her employment, and juggling the role of a wife and mother to two daughters, that she found her passion and fell in love with writing. Lemon used writing to express her feelings and thoughts on everyday living and to give positive insight on how to enjoy life as we see it. Childhood is the most important time for a child to grow, learn, and enjoy life. With bullying and negative peer pressure at an all-time high, S. Lemon decided to utilize her talents and channel all of her efforts to reach out to the children who may be facing similar issues.

The Elephant with the Yellow Trunk takes issues such as taunting that may go on in schools and helps children apply these scenarios to everyday life and show them how to cope and essentially do what is right. Crime writer Harrison Weaver doesn't believe in coincidences--only messages that may not be decipherable at first. That's his feeling when, as he prepares to go kayaking at Buffalo City near the Outer Banks, he discovers the body of a nude young female, hogtied and very dead.

The stark scene is especially eerie to him because a month earlier he had been assigned to write about the murder of another young woman who was found nude and hogtied in the backseat of her car in the mountains of North Carolina miles away from Weaver's home at the coastal Outer Banks area. A lawman in the mountains told Weaver, "Up here we may shoot somebody, or stab 'em, or even backup over 'em with a pickup truck. But we don't never hogtie nobody. That's not our kind of killing.

Terrell is the author of seven books, including a coming-of-age story set in Raleigh at the closing years of World War II and beyond, called Learning to Slow Dance. The protagonist in both novels, true crime writer Harrison Weaver, came to the Outer Banks seeking peace and quiet, only to become involved in murder investigations that can cost him his life.

Today Joseph makes his home in the Outer Banks of North Carolina where he spends much of his time writing the twists and plots for his next novel. This award is part of the Kentucky Women Writers Conference. The segment aired on Nashville public television. The audio link is available here. In "The Dress," Delia, an ecologically minded young woman, seeks the perfect wedding dress at a thrift shop but finds much more when Josh offers his assistance. The competition was for playwrights living in North and South Carolina. Also, U. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser chose a poem from this collection to feature in his American Life in Poetry column in , and another poem from this collection, "Red Tractor," will be featured on Verse Daily.

In this anthology, fifty-nine mystery authors offer the secrets that helped them navigate their success. This collection of succinct essays gives up-to-date advice on how to break into publishing with your mystery novel and includes more than fifty other commercially successful authors. Amazon customers are invited to vote for the Grand Prize winner through July Joseph Millar was the Final Judge. Payne is the author of three novels, including Cobalt Blue. While rowing on Lost Land Lake near Hayward, WI, a twilight bonding experience turned into a battle between fish, man, and mother-in-law.

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Tobalski worked thirty-seven years in healthcare communications and now lives retired in Charlotte. He also publishes a blog at www. His father survived, but was never the same. The contest is sponsored by the North Carolina Poetry Society and honors the best book-length volume of poetry published in the prior calendar year. Ashley T. It is scheduled to be released in November of Go Mo and Dale! Radavich served as president of the Society from The Final Judge was Clifford Garstang. The Final Judge was Meg Pokrass. The Final Judge was Tom Lombardo.

The Adventure of Crow-boy , which includes illustrations by artist Susan Beebe, is the first book in a mythic trilogy; presently David is reworking the third manuscript in this series, The Language of the Crows. Nichols, author of A Hobo Odyssey , who was interviewed recently on www. The work of nonfiction author and poet Ann Chandonnet of Vale, N. The recipes are Sourdough Starter and Sourdough Flapjacks. For details, contact videographer Cainan Querido at This email address is being protected from spambots.

Stella's Special Summer by Carol Z. Details Category: Book Buzz. Published: 31 July D, author of Pennies From a Heav'n which won Honorable Mention in Paris Book Festival In the summer of , Stella, age eleven, works and plays with her family in a fish camp by a Pennsylvania river. Monsters by Maggie Riggans. Published: 28 July Details Category: Network News. Published: 05 July Learn How to Make Nice with Booksellers. Published: 21 July Imagine Booksellers Talking about Your Book. Published: 13 July Registration is now closed. Registration Deadline Extended! Published: 06 July Just Down the Road by Dee Stribling.

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Published: 11 July Worthy lives in a house full of secrets, then in the summer of a murder changes everything. Worthy grapples with questions about love, belonging, and justice. Kill All Cats by Rick Bylina. Published: 08 July Published: 01 July Save the date! Details Category: Hats Off! Hats Off to Sharon Louise Howard! Hats Off to Billie Hinton! Published: 27 July Hats Off to Michael K. Published: 26 July Hats Off to Trace Ramsey! Hats Off to Jeanne Julian! Hats Off to Jacqui Letran! Hats Off to Suzanne Cottrell! Published: 20 July Hats Off to Meagan Lucas!

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Therefore, I decided it would be most helpful to send a few pages just to see what someone thought about it. I must say, I am really glad I did, as Mr. Manchester's words greatly inspired me to continue on. Please number your pages. Manuscripts should NOT be bound when submitted. Critiquers For the complete list of critiquers, click here. Hats Off to Tamra Wilson! Even Venus will fade. Hudson in New York by Barry S. Buried Seed by Martha O. What happens next is Revolutionary! Dead Right Returning by Joseph L. Slow of Study by David E.

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  6. Hats Off to C. David Gelly! Untangled : guiding teenage girls through the seven transitions into adulthood Damour, Lisa, author. Earth calling : a climate change handbook for the 21st century Gunter, Ellen, Folded wisdom : notes from dad on life, love, and growing up Guest, Joanna, author. Ghosted and breadcrumbed : stop falling for unavailable men and get smart about healthy relationships Feuerman, Marni, author.

    The grown-up's guide to teenage humans : how to decode their behavior, develop unshakable trust, and raise a respectable adult Shipp, Josh, author. How we love : discover your love style, enhance your marriage Yerkovich, Milan, author. The innovative parent : raising connected, happy, successful kids through art Curtis, Erica Licensed marriage and family therapist , author.

    The gift of a happy mother : letting go of perfection and embracing everyday joy Eanes, Rebecca, author. Mayhem a memoir Rausing, Sigrid, author. To have and to hold : motherhood, marriage, and the modern dilemma Millwood, Molly, author. We live for the we : the political power of Black motherhood McClain, Dani, author. Women's work : a reckoning with home and help Stack, Megan K, author. The ten loves of Nishino Kawakami, Hiromi, author. Banshee DeWoskin, Rachel, author. The summer guests Monroe, Mary Alice, author. Maybe this time Mansell, Jill, author. Their little secret Billingham, Mark, author.

    Grammar essentials Woods, Geraldine, author. My American dream : a life of love, family, and food Bastianich, Lidia, author. The big book of hacks. The headless Cupid Snyder, Zilpha Keatley, author. Learning how to learn : how to succeed in school without spending all your time studying Oakley, Barbara A. The scattering : the second book in the Outliers trilogy McCreight, Kimberly, author. Sorcery of thorns Rogerson, Margaret, author. Fire Cashore, Kristin. Just Julian Harwood-Jones, Markus, author.

    Searching for Sylvie Lee : a novel Kwok, Jean, author. Time after time : a novel Grunwald, Lisa, author. Bunny Awad, Mona, author. Natalie Tan's book of luck and fortune Lim, Roselle, author. K : a history of baseball in ten pitches Kepner, Tyler Baseball writer , author. Brave, not perfect : fear less, fail more, and live bolder Saujani, Reshma, author. The good sister : a novel McAllister, Gillian, author. Sing to it : new stories Hempel, Amy, author. Weird parenting wins : bathtub dining, family screams, and other hacks from the parenting trenches Frank, Hillary, author.

    Fewer, better things : the hidden wisdom of objects Adamson, Glenn, author. All that you leave behind : a memoir Carr, Erin Lee, author. No visible bruises : what we don't know about domestic violence can kill us Snyder, Rachel Louise, author. We do : saying yes to a relationship of depth, true connection, and enduring love Tatkin, Stan, author. Raising humans in a digital world : helping kids build a healthy relationship with technology Graber, Diana, author. Upheaval : turning points for nations in crisis Diamond, Jared M, author.

    Duped : double lives, false identities, and the con man I almost married Ellin, Abby, author. The formula : unlocking the secrets to raising highly successful children Ferguson, Ronald F, author. Llamaphones Coat, Janik, author, illustrator. Good night, little monsters LaReau, Kara, author.

    The monk downstairs Farrington, Tim. Awakened : a novel Murray, James S. James Stephen , The faithful spy : a novel Berenson, Alex. Gone for good Coben, Harlan, Supernatural : Children of Anubis Waggoner, Tim, author. If I was the sunshine Fogliano, Julie, author. The proper way to meet a hedgehog : and other how-to poems. This is it Peoples-Riley, Daria, author, illustrator. Sweety Zuill, Andrea, author, illustrator. The rough patch Lies, Brian, author, illustrator. Carl and the meaning of life Freedman, Deborah Deborah Jane , author, illustrator.

    Muslim immigrants : in their shoes Rea, Amy C, author. Spy runner Yelchin, Eugene, author, illustrator. A wolf called Wander Parry, Rosanne, author. Dragons eat noodles on Tuesdays Stahl, Jon, author. Start now! Witch hat atelier. Volume 1 Shirahama, Kamome, author, artist. Apocalypse taco Hale, Nathan, author, illustrator. You're missing it! Smith, Brady, author, illustrator.

    Dissertations & Theses from 2018

    Meet my family! The color monster : a story about emotions Llenas, Anna, author, illustrator. The second sky Guest, Patrick, author. Shoot for the moon, Snoopy! Cooper, Jason Comic book writer , author. TBH, too much drama Greenwald, Lisa, author. Shifting shadows Hunter, Erin, author. Una huna? Aglukark, Susan, author. The eleventh hour Goldstyn, Jacques, author, illustrator. The little guys Brosgol, Vera, author, illustrator. Puddle Jackson, Richard, author.

    Poetree Reynolds, Shauna LaVoy, author. Transformers animated. Book 3, The red maze Siegel, Mark, author. Tito the Bonecrusher Thomson, Melissa, author. The thrifty guide to ancient Greece : a handbook for time travelers Stokes, Jonathan W. Wilma's way home : the life of Wilma Mankiller Rappaport, Doreen, author. Zombies don't eat veggies Lacera, Megan, author.

    The woolly monkey mysteries : the quest to save a rainforest species Markle, Sandra, author. My mommy medicine Danticat, Edwidge, author. Brave ballerina : the story of Janet Collins Meadows, Michelle. Noah builds an ark Banks, Kate, author. The golden thread : a song for Pete Seeger Meloy, Colin, author. Brave face : a memoir Hutchinson, Shaun David, author. The paper wasp : a novel Acampora, Lauren, author. The first mistake Jones, Sandie, author.

    Switchback Stone, Danika, author. Dying for a taste Karst, Leslie, author. The wise and the wicked Podos, Rebecca, author. Fake it till you break it Nguyen, Jenn P. The Kingdom Rothenberg, Jess, author. The ecology book. Trans mission : my quest to a beard Bertie, Alex, author. Life sucks : how to deal with the way life is, was, and always will be unfair Bennett, Michael, author. Glimmer of hope : how tragedy sparked a movement March for Our Lives Organization , author. Dental assistants and hygienists : a practical career guide Endsley, Kezia, author.

    Education professionals : a practical career guide Endsley, Kezia, author. Medical office professionals : a practical career guide Santore, Marcia, author. Funny, you don't look autistic : a comedian's guide to life on the spectrum McCreary, Michael, author. Health and fitness professionals : a practical career guide Endsley, Kezia, author. Finding my voice : my journey to the West Wing and the path forward Jarrett, Valerie, author.

    The heart : an analysis of human and divine affectivity Von Hildebrand, Dietrich, Modern Muslim theology : engaging God and the world with faith and imagination Nguyen, Martin, author. Black Reconstruction in America : toward a history of the part of which Black folk played in the attempt to reconstruct democracy in America, Du Bois, W. William Edward Burghardt , Tao te ching : a book about the way and the power of the way Laozi, author.

    Claude Monet : a floating world. Animation 1 : learn to animate step by step Blair, Preston, author, illustrator. Coding with Minecraft : build taller, farm faster, mine deeper, and automate the boring stuff Sweigart, Al, author. Microsoft Excel formulas and functions McFedries, Paul, author. Imagine it forward : courage, creativity, and the power of change Comstock, Beth, author.

    The state of water : understanding California's most precious resource Kaufmann, Obi, author, illustrator. Hot comb Flowers, Ebony, author, illustrator. Help your kids with computer coding : a unique step-by-step visual guide, from binary code to building games Vorderman, Carol, author.

    States of mind Guillon, Emilie, author. Doukhobor comics Driver, Rose. Cemetery Maps : over 30 hand-drawn maps of cemeteries worldwide Martin, Amy. From scratch : a memoir of love, Sicily, and finding home Locke, Tembi, author. USA's national parks.

    Dear boy Rosenthal, Paris, author. Friends Valerio, Geraldo, author, illustrator. Gargantua Jr! Let's go to the market Raul the Third, author, illustrator. Lambslide Patchett, Ann, author. The happy book Rash, Andy, author, illustrator. Going down home with daddy Lyons, Kelly Starling, author.

    Mindful Bea and the worry tree Silver, Gail, author. You're safe with me Chitra Soundar, author. Nobody hugs a cactus Goodrich, Carter, author, illustrator. Tomorrow most likely Eggers, Dave, author. Home is a window Ledyard, Stephanie Parsley, author. High five Rubin, Adam, author. Just right : searching for the Goldilocks planet Manley, Curtis, author. The great indoors Falatko, Julie, author. I will be fierce!

    Birdsong, Bea, author. Swarm of bees Snicket, Lemony, author. Sandy feet! Vacation for Dexter! Ward, Lindsay, author, illustrator. Harney, Jennifer, author, illustrator. Trees Hutchens, Verlie, author. A seed is the start Stewart, Melissa, author. The undefeated Alexander, Kwame, author. Grandpa Cacao : a tale of chocolate, from farm to family Zunon, Elizabeth, author, illustrator. Superlative birds Bulion, Leslie, author. Nine months : before a baby is born Paul, Miranda, author. I have an idea!

    Stories for boys who dare to be different : true tales of amazing boys who changed the world without killing dragons Brooks, Ben, author. Which one doesn't belong? Mummies exposed! Hollihan, Kerrie Logan, author. Wonders of the world : an interactive tour of marvels and monuments Otter, Isabel, author. Steven Universe. Camp Pining Play Mannino, Nicole, author. We are all me : a Toon Book Crane, Jordan, author, illustrator.

    The world of food chains with Max Axiom super scientist : an augmented reading science experience O'Donnell, Liam, author. Junior High drama : a graphic novel Simonson, Louise, author. Super Sons. Book 1, The Polarshield project Pearson, Ridley, author. Apollo 8 : the mission that changed everything Sandler, Martin W, author. A book about whales Antinori, Andrea, author. A piglet named Mercy DiCamillo, Kate, author. Don't let them disappear : 12 endangered species across the globe Clinton, Chelsea, author.

    Spy School British invasion Gibbs, Stuart, author. The strangers Haddix, Margaret Peterson, author. The first Applegate, Katherine, author. Shouting at the rain Hunt, Lynda Mullaly, author. Tree of dreams Resau, Laura, author. Degas, painter of ballerinas Rubin, Susan Goldman, author. Trees : a rooted history Socha, Piotr, author, illustrator. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Tractors go to work Boothroyd, Jennifer, author. Understanding social media Dell, Pamela, author. Understanding advertising Berne, Emma Carlson, author.

    Wind power : sailboats, windmills, and wind turbines Ziem, Matthew, author. The United States of sports Syken, Bill, author. Water power : energy from rivers, waves, and tides Brearley, Laurie, author. The party and other stories Ruzzier, Sergio, author, illustrator. Book 7, Find yourself Whitley, Jeremy, author. Book 3, The pirate princess Whitley, Jeremy, author. Space discoveries Orr, Tamra, author. The Super Bowl Morey, Allan, author. Tiger Woods vs. Jack Nicklaus Glave, Tom, author. Jewish immigrants : in their shoes Krasner, Barbara, author.

    Russian immigrants : in their shoes Krasner, Barbara, author. Triumph Murray, Julie, author. Understanding the news Dell, Pamela, author. Trapdoor spiders Spanier, Kristine, author. Baby Beluga Raffi, creator. Go baby! Kennedy, Anne, author. Mouse is small Murphy, Mary, author, illustrator. Wiggles Zucchelli-Romer, Claire, author. Central American immigrants : in their shoes Hutchison, Patricia, author. What was D-Day? Demuth, Patricia, author. Spill the beans Mlynowski, Sarah, author. Disney 5-minute classic stories.

    Marvel Studios character encyclopedia Bray, Adam, author. My first bedtime storybook. Clackety track : poems about trains Brown, Skila, author. Indian immigrants : in their shoes Ford, Jeanne Marie, author. Filipino immigrants : in their shoes Maurer, Gretchen, author. Sprayers go to work Berne, Emma Carlson, author. Western diamondback rattlesnake Sprott, Gary, author. Yamaha Murray, Julie, author. The ultimate unofficial encyclopedia for Minecrafters : an A-Z book of tips and tricks the official guides don't teach you Miller, Megan, Tom Brady vs.

    Joe Montana Wilner, Barry, author. Understanding propaganda Micklos, John, author. TV shapes presidential politics in the Kennedy-Nixon debates : an augmented reading experience Burgan, Michael, author. Water spiders Gleisner, Jenna Lee, author. Wolf spiders Gleisner, Jenna Lee, author.

    Thea Stilton : the treasure seekers Stilton, Thea, author. Swimming Rebman, Nick, author. Soccer Rebman, Nick, author. Tarantulas Spanier, Kristine, author. The World Cup Morey, Allan, author. The World Series Morey, Allan, author. Catholic immigrants : in their shoes Ford, Jeanne Marie, author. What is the Stanley Cup? Herman, Gail, author. Who were the Tuskegee Airmen? Smith, Sherri L, author. Big Nate : payback time!

    Peirce, Lincoln, author. Johnny Boo : "twinkle power" Kochalka, James, author. Lemoncello's all-star breakout game Grabenstein, Chris, author. The legend of Korra : turf wars. Part three DiMartino, Michael Dante, author. Cleopatra in space. Book five, Fallen empires Maihack, Mike, author. Share your smile : Raina's guide to telling your own story Telgemeier, Raina, author, artist. Lent Walton, Jo, author. On earth we're briefly gorgeous : a novel Vuong, Ocean, author.

    Patsy : a novel Dennis-Benn, Nicole, author. The rivals of Sherlock Holmes : the greatest detective stories: The summer we lost her : a novel Cohen, Tish, author. Ayesha at last Jalaluddin, Uzma, author. The favorite daughter Henry, Patti Callahan, author.

    Everything : a novel Weiner, Jennifer, author. This is home : a novel Duffy, Lisa, author. Resistance women : a novel Chiaverini, Jennifer, author. Creative you : using your personality type to thrive Goldstein, David B. So here's the thing Life will be the death of me Handler, Chelsea, author. Like a love story Nazemian, Abdi, author. Keep this to yourself Ryan, Tom, February author. The voice in my head Davis, Dana, author. Cari Mora Harris, Thomas, author.

    The Paris architect : a novel Belfoure, Charles, France Williams, Nicola, author. Fodor's Chicago. Frommer's Italy Strachan, Donald, author. The proximity principle : the proven strategy that will lead to the career you love Coleman, Ken Radio talk show host , author. Rick Steves Berlin Steves, Rick, author. Walking San Francisco : 35 savvy tours exploring steep streets, grand hotels, dive bars, and waterfront parks Dodge, Kathleen, author. The milepost : all-the-North travel guide. Fodor's essential India. Ohio off the beaten path : discover your fun Finch, Jackie Sheckler, author.

    Norway Nikel, David, author. Malala Yousafzai : warrior with words Abouraya, Karen Leggett, author. Basic mathematics : an introduction Graham, Alan, Our universe : an astronomer's guide Dunkley, Jo, author. A season on the wind : inside the world of spring migration Kaufman, Kenn, author. Todo es mentira Lockhart, E, author. Y si fueramos nosotros? Albertalli, Becky, author. Al final mueren los dos Silvera, Adam, author. Bajo las estrellas Bennett, Jenn, author. Hawkins, Rachel, author. Warcross Lu, Marie, author.

    Chicas de nieve y crystal Bashardoust, Melissa. Vessel : a novel Nichols, Lisa A. Carmilla Turrisi, Kim, author. Nocturna Motayne, Maya, author.

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    The lost coast Capetta, Amy Rose, author. Happy messy scary love Konen, Leah, author. Deposing Nathan Smedley, Zack, author. Motherhood Heti, Sheila, author. Wild card : a Buddy Steel mystery Brandman, Michael, author. Through a glass brightly : using science to see our species as we really are Barash, David P, author. Humanimal : how Homo sapiens became nature's most paradoxical creature : a new evolutionary history Rutherford, Adam, author. Einstein's unfinished revolution : the search for what lies beyond the quantum Smolin, Lee, author. The birds and the beasts were there : the joys of birdwatching and wildlife observation in California's richest habitat Millar, Margaret, author.

    Don't read poetry : a book about how to read poems Burt, Stephanie, author. Landfill : notes on gull watching and trash picking in the Anthropocene Dee, Tim, author. The book of the moon : a guide to our closest neighbor Aderin, Maggie, author. Top 10 Tokyo Mansfield, Stephen, author. Yellowstone migrations Riis, Joe. The last elephants. Wright, C. The secret life of genes : decoding the blueprint of life Harvey, Derek, author. American Eden : David Hosack, botany, and medicine in the garden of the early republic Johnson, Victoria, author. Origins : how Earth's history shaped human history Dartnell, Lewis, author.

    Side by side Raschka, Christopher, author, illustrator. Oink Elliot, David, author, illustrator.

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    When Grandma gives you a lemon tree Deenihan, Jamie L. B, author. Allie all along Reul, Sarah Lynne, author, illustrator. What was Pearl Harbor? Demuth, Patricia. Motor Mouse Rylant, Cynthia, author. What was the Holocaust? Orange for the sunsets Athaide, Tina, author. Hey, water! Portis, Antoinette, author, illustrator. My cat looks like my dad Lam, Thao, author, illustrator. Bruno, the standing cat Robert, Nadine, author, translator. Bitter root. Volume one, Family business Walker, David, author, creator. John Wick. Volume 1 Pak, Greg, author. Cruel fate : a Cainsville novella Armstrong, Kelley, author.

    Duchess by design Rodale, Maya, author. Bull Mountain Panowich, Brian. Like lions Panowich, Brian, author. The behavior of love : a novel Reeves, Virginia, author. Teachings of the Christian mystics Harvey, Andrew, editor. The I ching, or, Book of changes : a guide to life's turning points. Grief is the thing with feathers : a novel Porter, Max, author. Becoming a private investigator Kahn, Howie, author.

    Can't we make moral judgements? Midgley, Mary, author. This America : the case for the nation Lepore, Jill, author. My TV for seniors Miller, Michael, author. Statistics : an introduction Graham, Alan, author.