Iowa Author Fest

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Larry Stumbo from Iowa Author Fest was a guest on The Culture Buzz Radio show today at 11:50am 98.9fm KFMG.

Greetings, Cultural Catalysts:

 

I usually don’t present events that have passed, but want to encourage all who read this to see what the Cloris Awards events were all about. This past Sunday night, the Greater Des Moines region’s theatre community gathered in the exquisite Hoyt Sherman Place Theatre to sing, dance, celebrate and present 28 awards to deserving individuals, groups and initiatives. Check out the results and look at the photographers at www.clorisawards.org or https://www.facebook.com/ClorisAwards/

 

Iowa has a reputation for its strong and varied agricultural offerings: produce, meats, plants, and a strongly growing organic sector. Intertwined within these agrarian roots is Iowa’s diverse and powerful cultural offerings. Take a little time to explore micro-trips to communities within a short drive from you and explore the rich cultural tourism our state offers.

 

Featured Cultural Offering:

ª 2018 DES MOINES JAZZ FESTIVAL, 900 Mulberry Street | Des Moines, IA 50309. Presented By: Des Moines Social Club Aug 31 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM – Sep 1 1-10 p.m.. Location: Des Moines Social Club. Price: $10 for Friday, $20 for Saturday, and $25 for a two-day pass. www.desmoinesjazzfestival.com

 

Other Cultural Considerations:

1.     Join us on September 8th at Mainframe Studios for WOMAN UP! Conrference: Ceebrating & Empowering Women in Design. This year’s conference is unlike any other design conference that Des Moines has seen!

The day will be filled with educational and inspirational sessions featuring creatives from around Iowa and beyond. Each session is focused on a different part of the creative world – from the nitty gritty of owning your own business, to pushing boundaries in your workplace and of course, an interactive workshop with The Red Door Press. 

Flip through the gallery for session specific information. Click the link to purchase tickets and enter FACEBOOK for 25% your tickets! h
Thank you to our sponsors: Blue Compass, Cedar Graphics, Strategic America, and Breiholz Construction. https://www.facebook.com/events/164985500865247/

2.     Des Moines Concours d’Elegance Sun Sep 9, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Pappjohn Sculpture Garden in Des Moines (Grand and Locust between 12th and 16th Streets).

-FREE to the public

-Exhibit of more than 150 cars

-Midway featuring food, merch and service vendors

-Kid’s Zone including games and activities

-Car Clubs from Des Moines area showcasing cars from members (west of 16th Street on Grand)

-Audio interviews and music throughout the day

3 p.m. Grand Awards Presentation (NEW TIME!): Join us at 13th and Grand for the presentation of Class Winners and Best of Show. 4 p.m. Roar at 4: Listen as cars fire of their engines to leave the showfield. Have your camera ready!

https://desmoinesconcours.com/

 
Auditions and Other Participation Opportunities:

1.    Auditions for The Foreigner by Larry Shue
Directed by Mark Littlejohn
Sunday, September 2, and Monday, September 3 at 7:00 p.m.

Production Dates: October 26 – November 11, 2018

The scene is a fishing lodge in rural Georgia often visited by “Froggy” LeSeuer, a British demolition expert who occasionally runs training sessions at a nearby army base. This time “Froggy” has brought along a friend, a pathologically shy young man named Charlie who is overcome with fear at the thought of making conversation with strangers. So “Froggy,” before departing, tells all assembled that Charlie is from an exotic foreign country and speaks no English. Once alone the fun really begins, as Charlie overhears more than he should—the evil plans of a sinister, two-faced minister and his redneck associate.
Cast Requirements:

Charlie and Froggy, Two men, mid 40s to mid 50s
Betty – woman, mid 50s to mid 70s
David and Owen,Two men, mid 30s to mid 40s
Catherine – woman, late 20s to mid 30s
Ellard – man, late teens to mid 20s

Please arrive a few minutes early to complete paperwork. Auditions will consist of readings from the script. Scripts are available for checkout. Contact Tom at tom@tallgrasstheatre.org or 515-270-9142 during the day. Southern and English dialects are welcome, but not a requirement.

For more information, please contact us at  info@tallgrasstheatre.org.

2.     This is the fifth year for Iowa Author Fest. Founder and event organizer Larry Stumbo welcomes Iowa authors who may just be learning about this networking and selling opportunity.

The Iowa Author Fest will be held at Capital Square, 400 Locust Street, on Sat Sep 15th from 9:am to 3:00pm. Larry explains, “We have had a good core of supporting authors every year,” explains Larry. “Depending on other events and weather, we have had 25 to 40 participants, and some of the differences are new authors just getting their feet wet on the event scene and the authors I know are glad to help the new author.”

Contact Larry Stumbo: IaAuFe@outlook.com for more information. 

Greater Des Moines Independent Book Store Happenings:

The Culture Buzz shares many authors and their books with its audiences. We encourage you to visit your local independent book store regularly. The folks at these destination locations know books, and welcome the chance to help anyone connect with titles and subjects they seek. Check these sites, as their calendars are always filled with enticing activities and news.

1.     Beaverdale Books, Des Moines. http://www.beaverdalebooks.com/

2.     Plot Twist Bookstore, Ankeny. https://www.plottwistbookstore.com/

3.     Pageturners Bookstore, Indianola. http://www.pageturnersbookstore.com/

4.     Artisan Gallery 218, 218-5th Street, Historic Valley Junction, West Des Moines (select author events), http://www.artisangallery218.com/

Cultural Exploration Resources:

The Culture Buzz will begin including carefully vetted but comprehensive listings where you can do some advance online exploration before scheduling destinations in the region. These are two great websites to know about:

1.     Art Beacon Des Moines is Central Iowa’s home for promoting the visual arts. Our calendar of events highlights exhibitions, art talks and calls for art. Subscribe to the Art Beacon Weekly, our online newsletter filled with links to the latest art happenings. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. http://artbeacondesmoines.com/

2.     A Gentle Guide to Des Moines Theatre is Central Iowa’s source for knowing what productions by which companies are available when. In short, you can know what’s playing before it happens rather than after the fact. Timothy Rose created this site with its comprehensive theatre calendar for you, the cultural consumer. He includes articles and more, making this a worthy destination when curious about what’s happening in Central Iowa’s theatre scene. http://www.gentleguidedsm.com/

As always, I appreciate news and information from you out there in the cultural trenches and am ready and willing to pursue a story or interview to share with my audiences.

 

Creatively yours, John Busbee

C: 515-707-1532

 

Wednesday, Aug 29, 2018 – THE CULTURE BUZZ – 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM Central Time

Broadcast regionally on KFMG 98.9 FM

Streaming globally through www.kfmg.org

 

11:00 AM – In this special interview with one of his era’s most iconic artists, Peter Max talks about his book, “The Universe of Peter Max,” a colorful journey through the very recognizable artwork of a true American pop culture icon.

“In this intimate visual memoir, artist Peter Max details his life journey as an artist, providing a stirring account of himself as a young boy and as a successful artist eager to return to the days of wonderment and inspiration found only in dreams and childhood.” 

http://www.petermax.com/

 

11:18 AM – Van Harden – author, inventor, teacher, radio personality – is one of Iowa’s best Renaissance people. Listen to a wonderful conversation about his thoughtfully written and presented book, “Life in the Purple Wedge.”

“I really think this book Life in the Purple Wedge will be received as popular as the Purpose Driven Life in it’s universal appeal.” – Jim, Realtor

http://www.vanharden.com/

 

11:37 AM – Science fiction author Lettie Prell chats about her latest achievements with her writing. One of her stories achieved a pinnacle for science fiction writers: inclusion in the Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2018.

http://www.lettieprell.com/

 

11:51 AM – The Iowa Author Fest returns this September under the continued guidance of its founder, Larry Stumbo. Listen to the update about a new location and Larry’s call for Iowa authors to join this great networking, selling and meeting event.

https://www.facebook.com/Iowaauthorfest/

 

11:58 AM – Poet Wendy Xu reads “If You Aren’t Busy, I Think I’m on Fire.”

https://www.wendy-xu.com/

 

12:00 PM – Author Marj Charlier now resides in Southern California as an author and publisher but keeps in close connection with her Iowa roots. Her latest book in the Johnson Station series is “Jackie’s Campaign,” a delightfully engaging historical novel and series. Listen as Marj shares some backstory information about the creation of her writing.

“Charlier brings a surprising heroine – a retired English teacher – to a town in need of change, a marriage on the rocks, and a child in trouble. Jackie’s Campaign is a fresh breath of post-retirement action.” – Renee Canter Johnson, author of The Haunting of William Gray

http://www.marjcharlier.com/

 

12:15 PM – Bob Stromberg is a co-author of one of the most successful stage productions in America, “Triple Espresso.” This show also set the record for the longest running show in Iowa history, and it returns this holiday season. Enjoy Bob’s tales of writing and developing this exceptionally successful audience experience production.

“I found myself sitting in the audience thinking: “Mom would love this.” “Dad would love this.” “Why didn’t I bring my grandparents along for this?” In short, the show is family-proof.” -Erin Crawford, Des Moines Register

www.tripleespresso.com

 

12:35 PM – Author Robin Stevens Payes infuses her passion to help young women find career paths in STEM into her new young reader series, beginning with the inaugural book, “Edge of Yesterday.” Listen as she explains the fictional connection between her young heroine and Leonard de Vinci.

“She’s an author set out to inspire kids to learn about math and sciences through history. Robin Stevens Payes talks about her “Edge of Yesterday” website and book series– and her mission to get teens and tweens interested in STEM subjects.” -Fox 45 News, Baltimore

www.edgeofyesterday.com

 

12:54 PM – One of America’s finest song writers and musicians gives a wicked nod to iconic Midwest heritage in “Egg Money” from her trailblazing album, HAYSEED.

http://susanwerner.com/

 

Streaming on www.kfmg.org Greetings, Cultural Catalysts:

 

 

 

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Mixed Starred Review

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My stars on the review of Lucifer’s Star is a mixed one. The story is the after mass of Commonwealth vs Archduchy of Crius.

We find the main protagonist Cassius Mass Plantagenet living under the assumed name of Marcus Grav, navigator on the spaceship, Melampus. Marcus is hiding from his past. The Commonwealth branded him a war criminal with a price on his head while to the Archduchy of Crius, he is a war hero, the recipient of the Lucifer Star. Cassius is not the normal hero. His father had Cassius cloned from his DNA then enhanced Cassius with military grade cybernetics along with a cybernetic brain to go with it.

Because of these enhancements he is considered a low second class human by the Commonwealth, the Butcher of Kolthas, the Fire Count, and not considered much better by the Royalty of Crius.

How can Cassius survive his past? Who can he trust, his shipmates, Captain Ida Claire who is a Watcher, The Commonwealth, or Crius Reborn Movement? Each has their own agenda of getting their hands on Cassius.

On the story line, I give a resounding five stars. The authors did a great job weaving several different Sci-Fi concepts together drawing the reader into the story. On certain content of the story line because of my own preference, I give a solid three. If  the reader does not like the “F” bomb and certain life styles Lucifer Star is not for them. SO when you combine the stars and average it out the overall rating is a four star novel.

You can find Lucifer Star at the following:  https://www.amazon.com/Lucifers-Star-C-T-Phipps-ebook/dp/B01MDM9MCT/

 

 

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National Book Lovers Day

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Today is national book lovers day. So what better way to honor it than to run not walk to your nearest book store or online book store and buy all your favorite author’s books. Without authors’ imagination and determination this world would be a very dull place. For those who say I don’t read, I feel so sorry that you miss out of the experience of exploring dark exotic lands, or the inner parts of the atom, or the wisdom of the ages, or even the newest recipe you want to taste. For those who say I only watch TV or such, without authors who are writers there would be no scripts for you favorite show.  There are also audio book for people on the run. Expand your mind. Open a book and share it with children to help their minds develop and experience closeness in taking the time out of your busy schedule to share love.

amzn.to/1u92UUj  is a great place to start your reading experience.

 

Iowa Author Fest is on the Culture Buzz

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Larry Stumbo is on the radio show ‘The Culture Buzz’ with John Busbee KFMG 98.9 FM, streaming globally http://www.kfmg.org 11A-1P Central Time.

Greetings, Cultural Catalysts:

Make plans out of the summer heat and in the cool confines of an air-conditioned performing hall as a variety of productions and concerts will whisk you away for some cultural escapism. Feed the body as well as the soul by attending area farmer’s markets – there is a bounty of fresh produce and product to procure, while soaking the in the special culture that only an Iowa farmer’s market can deliver. Biking has never been better in Central Iowa with the wealth of wonderful trails to travel. So much to consider…

Featured Cultural Offering:
ª The Curate Concert Series. With the number of established restaurants in the downtown Des Moines footprint, this series offers a chance to dine downtown before a show or just catch the show and the experience. Michelle Malone talks about her career. She will appear on Aug 2.
” Michelle Malone’s Slings and Arrows is her very best album…. She has one of the most remarkable voices I’ve ever heard. She’s uniquely able to blow the roof off the place with a loud raucous number, and then to turn right around and whisper a soft song that will break your damn heart.” -PASTE MAGAZINE
http://curatedsm.com/concerts/
https://www.michellemalone.com/

Other Cultural Considerations:
1. Thursday, August 2, 7 p.m. – Chad Elliott & the Redemptions. A Warren Cultural Center favorite, Chad Elliott returns to the stage, this time with his band The Redemptions. With a rocking band behind his artfully crafted songs, Elliott dives into his love of roots-rock, soul and blues music. Like the dark earth of his Iowa origins, Chad Elliott’s life filled with love and loss serves as fertile ground for his music. With a new album set for release on August 10, you’ll hear a bit of the old and a bit of the new. Don’t miss this show! A Premier Series Show. $15 http://www.warrenculturalcenter.com/page/3
NOTE DETOUR – Beginning May 29, State Highway 25 will be closed for construction south of I-80 Exit 86. To detour the construction, take Exit 93 at Stuart, and travel south on P28 until it intersects with Highway 92. Then take Highway 92 west into Greenfield.
2. Monday, August 6, 6:30 PM, Between Gravity and What Cheer By Photographer Barry Phipps. Artisan Gallery 218, 218 Fifth Street, West Des Moines
Inspired by such seminal work as Robert Frank’s The Americans, Phipps new book, Between Gravity and What Cheer, is a unique vision of the Midwest and Iowa. Without condescending or overemphasizing the decline of small town America, Phipps documents rural communities as they are now, noting abstract shapes and colors as he photographs business districts with quirky and/or artful signs, streetscapes and landscapes, buildings with ghosts of paint from previous lives, and the occasional resident.
3. The Celtic Music Association celebrates the return by popular demand of The High Kings for a concert on Aug 2, 2018 at Hoyt Sherman Place Theatre in Des Moines. To say that The High Kings are charting a new course for Irish ballad music – equal parts rousing and reflective, energetic and insightful – is an understatement. They are, essentially, marking out a new and bright era for Irish folk music, and aiming to bring a broad demographic along for the journey. With 2016’s Grace & Glory, the band widened their appeal and fanbase, as Finbarr Clancy affirmed. “There is something for everybody on the album, and any doubters out there might just discover there’s a whole lot more to us than perceptions would have them believe. Previous High Kings albums have been stepping-stones, but this one sees us on top of things.” http://hoytsherman.org/calendar/events/event-63/
4. The 48 Hour Film Project creation process happened this past weekend and now prepares for the screening of the dozens of films spawned by this fast-paced exercise in quick conception to completion filmmaking. Listen as Katie Ortman, from producer Des Moines Social Club, gives an overview of what fans of short films can expect when Greater Des Moines experiences a slate of world premieres Aug 1 and 2 at the Fleur Cinema & Café, http://48hourfilm.com/desmoines
5. Des Moines Young Artists’ Theatre continues its show, Bring It On: The Musical, a dynamic musical from the creators of Hamilton, Next to Normal, and Avenue Q. Based on the popular film series from Universal, Bring It On: The Musical is an explosive musical about competitive cheerleading, fierce rivalries, and learning who your real friends are. Performances are through Aug 5 in the Stoner Theater at Des Moines Performing Arts. Tickets are $18-23 and are available through the Des Moines Performing Arts ticket office, website (www.desmoinesperformingarts.org), or by phone (515.246.2300).
6. Ankeny Community Theatre presents its comedy, Over the River and Through the Woods, Aug 3-12 | Comedy | Rated PG
Nick, a single, Italian-American guy from New Jersey, has had Sunday dinner with both sets of grandparents for years. He finally lands his dream job which will take him away from his beloved, but annoying, grandparents. Thus begins a series of schemes to keep Nick around. Frank, Aida, Nunzio and Emma do their level best, and that includes bringing to dinner the lovely – and single – Caitlin O’Hare as bait. Written by Joe DiPietro.
To buy tickets, go to http://www.midwestix.com/organizations/ACT or call (515) 244-2771.
For all other inquiries, send email to information@ankenycommunitytheatre.com.
http://www.ankenycommunitytheatre.com
Auditions and Other Participation Opportunities:
1. Carousel Theatre in Indianola will present King Arthur’s Quest, from Missoula Children’s Theatre. Auditions: Aug 6, 2018. Rehearsals: Aug 6-10. Performance: Aug 11, 2018 (2 performances). Auditions, rehearsals, and performance at the Indianola High School Auditorium. Cast: 60 Students, ages 5-15
2. This is the fifth year for Iowa Author Fest. Founder and event organizer Larry Stumbo welcomes Iowa authors who may just be learning about this networking and selling opportunity.
The Iowa Author Fest be held at Capital Square, 400 Locust Street, on Sat Sep 15th from 9:am to 3:00pm. Larry explains, “We have had a good core of supporting authors every year. Depending on other events and weather, we have had 25 to 40 participants, and some of the differences are new authors just getting their feet wet on the event scene and the authors I know are glad to help the new author.”.
Contact Larry Stumbo: IaAuFe@outlook.com for more information.

Greater Des Moines Independent Book Store Happenings:
The Culture Buzz shares many authors and their books with its audiences. We encourage you to visit your local independent book store regularly. The folks at these destination locations know books, and welcome the chance to help anyone connect with titles and subjects they seek. Check these sites, as their calendars are always filled with enticing activities and news.
1. Beaverdale Books, Des Moines. http://www.beaverdalebooks.com/
2. Plot Twist Bookstore, Ankeny. https://www.plottwistbookstore.com/
3. Pageturners Bookstore, Indianola. http://www.pageturnersbookstore.com/
4. Artisan Gallery 218, 218-5th Street, Historic Valley Junction, West Des Moines (select author events), http://www.artisangallery218.com/

Cultural Exploration Resources:
The Culture Buzz will begin including carefully vetted but comprehensive listings where you can do some advance online exploration before scheduling destinations in the region. These are two great websites to know about:
1. Art Beacon Des Moines is Central Iowa’s home for promoting the visual arts. Our calendar of events highlights exhibitions, art talks and calls for art. Subscribe to the Art Beacon Weekly, our online newsletter filled with links to the latest art happenings. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. http://artbeacondesmoines.com/
2. A Gentle Guide to Des Moines Theatre is Central Iowa’s source for knowing what productions by which companies are available when. In short, you can know what’s playing before it happens rather than after the fact. Timothy Rose created this site with its comprehensive theatre calendar for you, the cultural consumer. He includes articles and more, making this a worthy destination when curious about what’s happening in Central Iowa’s theatre scene. http://www.gentleguidedsm.com/

As always, I appreciate news and information from you out there in the cultural trenches and am ready and willing to pursue a story or interview to share with my audiences.

Creatively yours, John Busbee
C: 515-707-1532

Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018 – THE CULTURE BUZZ – 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM Central Time
Broadcast regionally on KFMG 98.9 FM
Streaming globally through http://www.kfmg.org

11:00 AM – The new issue of Iowa History Journal is out and it again is bursting with captivating stories of Iowa’s history. The cover story was written by Iowa Gold Star Museum Curator Michael Vogt, who joins this conversation to talk about Japan’s efforts to bomb Iowa during World War II. http://iowahistoryjournal.com/

11:17 AM – Author Elizabeth Garber helps us dig deep into her captivating memoir, “Implosions: A Memoir of an Architect’s Daughter.” Elizabeth’s candid and revealing book is anchored by her famous father’s impact on her life.
“An alternately wistful and searing exploration of a troubled legacy.”
-Kirkus Reviews, starred review
https://elizabethgarber.com/

11:34 AM – Ken Bensinger has exceptional insights into the world of soccer, and his new book, “Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World’s Biggest Sports Scandal” reads like a action thriller, filled with compelling story lines and anchored by well-researched facts. Ken scores big with this book, and this interview is a lively testament to his standard-setting book.
“A gripping white-collar crime thriller that, in its scope and human drama, ranks with some of the best investigative business books of the past 30 years.”
– David Hirshey, The Wall Street Journal
http://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Ken-Bensinger/560848251

11:54 AM – Jen Chapin’s “Feed Your Baby” is from her recent album RECKONING.
https://jenchapin.com/

12:00 PM – Ankeny Community Theatre is set to open its next show, the comedy “Over the River and Through the Woods,” this Fri Aug 3. Cast member Don Rothweiler (“Nunzio”) shares his thoughts and preparation process on the show for its two-week run.
http://www.ankenycommunitytheatre.com/over-the-river-and-through-the-woods.html

12:10 PM – James Beard Award for Writing and Literature author Paul Greenberg is a regular contributor to the Times and many other publications, Mr. Greenberg is the winner of a James Beard Award for Writing and Literature, a Pew Fellow in Marine Conservation and the writer-in-residence at the Safina Center. He has been feature on Fresh Air with Terry Gross, TED and PBS’s Frontline. His new book, “The Omega Principle: Seafood and the Quest for a Long Life and a Healthier Planet,” reads like a great story, is filled with eye-opening facts and understanding, and is a great book for anyone seeking a better life and a better Earth.
“Paul Greenberg goes searching for the secret to longevity, and what he learns is, in many ways, more interesting. The Omega Principle should be read by anyone who cares about human health or the health of the planet, which is to say everyone.”
– Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction
http://paulgreenberg.org/

12:22 PM – The Iowa Author Fest returns this September under the continued guidance of its founder, Larry Stumbo. Listen to the update about a new location and Larry’s call for Iowa authors to join this great networking, selling and meeting event.
https://www.facebook.com/Iowaauthorfest/

12:33 PM – Robert John Ford brings his new musical, “Six-on-Six the Musical,” to vibrant life through his Epic Stage Productions partnership with the Urbandale Community Theatre. Director and Choreographer Alison Shafer and cast member Craig Irvin (“Gregory Green”) lead a lively conversation about the challenges and rewards of a musical that celebrates the transition of the dominant girls’ sport – basketball – from its six-on-six roots to the modern game.
http://www.sixonsix.com

12:42 PM – With the considerate touch of a creative presenter always wanting to “get it right,” Jen Heins is producing the Curate Concert Series. With the number of established restaurants in the downtown Des Moines footprint, this series offers a chance to dine downtown or just catch the show and the experience. Listen as Michelle Malone talks about her career. She will appear on Aug 2.
http://curatedsm.com/concerts/

12:58 PM – Michelle Malone track, “Just Getting Started,” from her new album SLINGS AND ARROWS.
https://www.michellemalone.com/

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A Five Star Review!

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I just received a five star review from a fan. I want to thank all my fans and really appreciate the time they take to give me reviews on my novels.

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Entertaining Moonlighting-esque relationship
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A great collection of mysteries built around solid characters. Sue Raymond weaves a nice set of adventures around Su Michael Anderson and Jean DeBois. They have a delightful antagonist relationship where Su doesn’t have room for romance in her life with business and her adopted children– let alone becoming a witness. Watching him try to deal with her is always entertaining and the attitude she gives him is quite fun. This is a good bargain and enjoyable book trilogy throughout.
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WINNER!

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The winner of the contest is Cassandra. I have sent her set of the of the DeBois crime murder mystery series, books one thru three. You can find the DeBois Series at amzn.to/1u92UUj for your reading enjoyment.

Three Days Left to Enter Rafflecopter Give Away

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Above is the address to enter for a chance to win a $25.00 Amazon gift card and 16 mystery novels being held by Tera Meyers with sixteen other authors. I will be giving a set of my DeBois Series Book one thru three.

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