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Geoffrey Mehl's latest book on Pennsylvania horticulture is now available. You can find PENNSYLVANIA NATURALLY: A GARDENER'S GUIDE TO SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPING at: http://amzn.to/1ptjluf. Congratulations, Geoff.
A. E. Decker, a long-time member of the Bethlehem Writers Group, has a new young adult fantasy, THE FALL OF THE MOON, to be available from World Weaver Press on October 27, 2015. Don't miss this tale about a young vampire girl and her surprising search for her happily ever after.
thewritebeat.com, has published a piece in the recently published anthology, Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Dating Game. Her story "The Reward of Taking a Risk," recounts the experience of her friend Clare whose love story began on the internet, and, in spite of great hardship and sadness, elevated the lovers' lives forever. Congratulations, Ruth!
Don't miss A. E. Decker's latest short story, "Whistler's Grove," now available from Beneath Ceaseless Skies (www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com). This story is only the latest of several short works A. E. Decker has had published in recent months. In addition to "Whistler's Grove," you can read "The Last Deduction," in Phobos Magazine (Autumn/Winter 2013), and two stories ("Bittersweet" and "The Ice Prince") in the new BWG anthology, Once Around the Sun: Sweet, Funny, and Strange Tales for All Seasons.
Don't miss A. E. Decker's story, "The Last Deduction," in the current issue of Phobos Magazine. It is now available for Kindle from Amazon.com. Read it and see why we're so glad to have A. E. Decker as part of the Bethlehem Writers Group!
"Beautiful voices, gorgeous writing--fresh and vibrant and compelling and irresistible" Hank Phillippi Ryan--Agatha, Anthony, Macavity, and Mary Higgins Clark Award winning author
"It follows the cycles of our world and lives, a trip navigated by voices you won't soon forget." Curtis Smith--author of BEASTS & MEN and WITNESS
"Packed with delightful, insightful, and exciting stories. Perfect weekend reading." Rebecca Forster--USA Today bestselling author
Sally W. Paradysz has an essay that appears in the upcoming anthology, 70 Things to Do When You Turn 70: More Than 70 Experts on the Subject of Turning 70, currently available for pre-order.
Her previous essay, "Tool-Belt Spirituality," appears in the book, 65 Things to Do When You Retire: Achievers on How to Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life. It stands alongside essays from such well-known authors as Jimmy Carter and Gloria Steinem.
All royalties for both books go to cancer research and prevention.
The themes for 2014 issues of BWG's literary journal, Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, are:
February--A Day Short--and A Dollar Late
March--Luck of the Irish
April--Death and Taxes
May--Mother May I?
June--Father Knows Best
July--Life's a Beach
August--Hot, Hot, Hot
October--Things That Go Bump in the Night
November--Over the River and Through the Woods
December--Short Days, Long Nights
Submissions of stories (< 2000 words) are due one month prior to issue month using the Submission/Contact Form at http://bit.ly/wJNi8X.
Paul Weidknecht's short story "This Peculiar Angle of Light" is now in decomP Literary Magazine.
The editors of Bethlehem Writers Roundtable have announced themes for the 2013 issues of the literary e-zine. They are as follows:
January: Broken Resolutions
February: "Dead" Valentines
March: March "Madness"
April: Singing in the Rain
May: Shot Down in May
June: Wedded Bliss?
August: Dog Daze
September: Back to School
October: Ghosts and Ghouls
December: Holidays on Ice
Submissions are due one month prior to issue month. For more information, or to submit your story, please visit: http://bitly.com/wJNi8X
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