Thursday, June 12, 2014

Breaking News: Summer Fiction Offer -- Drowning in the Delta

In case you missed the Drowning in the Delta newsletter, here's the latest issue -- including info on a good read, great music and a surprisingly delicious Jamaican restaurant. Time to get your summer on! Leave your email address in the comments section to be added to the email list. Oh, and thanks for a quick comment and a vote for my new serial:
Drowning in the Delta
Drowning in the Delta -- A tale of ambition, lust and learning to love from Crooked Mouth Media.
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crooked mouth media presents

Drowning
in the Delta


Summer is a great time to explore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, setting for my new serial fiction Drowning in the Delta. The story is starting to heat up and there's growing interest from readers. Here are a few comments on recent chapters: "I'm totally drawn in by the texture of landscape and scene," "Can't wait for the next chapter," "Story buildup is well done -- lots of info -- without giving too much away." (Charles Dickens would be proud) Chapter 10 is live and installments are free to read online, delivered to your email inbox or on mobile devices at Jukepop.com 

Story basics: Main character Maureen Marsh, uptight city girl, is about to discover there's more going on in California's beautiful backwater than realized at splash -- high-stakes water projects, conniving building contractors and more men than she knows how to handle. If you like what you read, please vote for the serial and leave a comment. Feedback keeps all of us serial writers going. Cruise around on Jukepop.com and check out the many other serials available. There's something for every taste.
The Isleton Cajun & Blues Festival — a family-friendly weekend of great Zydeco and Cajun & Blues music in the delta -- June 14 & 15. Experience the beauty of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, with its’ 1,100 miles of waterways, spectacular wildlife, down-home cooking -- swear, you've got to try the authentic Caribbean restaurant The Breadfruit Tree at the end of Eight Mile Road. Celebrate with music and food, dancing and friends! Sunsets optional.
Find a complete festival
program at
http://isletoncajunfestival.net/
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