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1st Place Poetry: Cameron Davis
Who Disrespects the Flag? You disrespect the flag, Therefore that’s why, We wear it with pride. You go against the code, But really we don’t. Disrespect the Veterans, How could you be so cruel? That being said, We are all about Human Rights, Till it gets to be overused. We stand together, We are one country, But how ‘bout you? Kneeling stands out. You’re supposed to do your job, Not take on a cause. We won’t stop, Unless you understand. It’s all about the protest. It has a bigger meaning. It’s more than just a flag. (now read it from top to bottom) It’s more than just a flag. It has a bigger meaning. It’s all about the protest. Unless you understand, We won’t stop. Not take on a cause? You’re supposed to do your job. Kneeling stands out! But how ‘bout you? “We are one country, We stand together!” Till it gets to be overused. We are all about Human Rights. That being said, How could you be so cruel? “Disrespect the Veterans?” But really we don’t. You go against the code, We wear it with pride. Therefore that’s why, You disrespect the flag.
Congratulations, Bridle Path Press NEW VOICES Winners!
Some amazing new voices won this year's writing contest. 1st Place Personal Narrative: Alyssa Lemon 1st Place Poetry: Cameron Davis 1st Place Short Story: Samantha Egerton 1st Place Personal Narrative/Short Story: Vitaly Gerasimchuk
Publisher's Weekly gives glowing review of The Golden Hour
The Golden Hour: A Nora Tierney English Mystery M.K. Graff. Bridle Path, $12 trade paper (316p) ISBN 978-0-9908287-8-5 In Graff's fast-paced fourth mystery featuring expat American Nora Tierney (after 2015 The Scarlet Wench), Nora, the successful writer of a series of books for children featuring a band of fairies in England's Lake District and the mother of a 10-month-old son, comes to believe that she's being stalked. For help, she turns to her significant other, Det. Insp. Declan Barnes of the Thames Valley CID. Meanwhile, Declan, who has a reputation for successfully solving serious crimes, lands another baffler after Oxford painting conservator Emma Jevons apparently dies from smallpox. The possible revival of that disease is disturbing enough, but Declan and his colleagues are even more alarmed when the infectious disease specialist raises the prospect that Emma was killed by a genetically modified virus that would be resistant to vaccination. Graff maintains suspense by providing the perspectives of Emma's stalker and a wealthy Russian megalomaniac. Vivid characterizations complement the solid plotting.(BookLife)
Doorway to Murder now available through Bridle Path Press
Join us in welcoming new author Carol Pouliot with her debut novel Doorway to Murder, a time-travel mystery. For a review of Doorway to Murder in the Syracuse News click here.
New in 2016 from Bridle Path Press
Bridle Path Press is proud to announce Across the River, a new novel by Melissa Westemeier.
Graff Mystery Novels Win Awards
Congratulations to M.K. Graff whose mystery novel The Green Remains won first prize as Best Classic British Cozy in the Murder and Mayhem Awards from Chanticleer Media. The Green Remains joins The Blue Virgin, which previously won the same award. For Chanticleer's review of The Blue Virgin, click here. The Scarlet Wench, the third in the series, is shortlisted for the same award, to be announced later this year. And congratulations also to Graff whose new novel Death Unscripted was selected as a Mystery Finalist in the 2016 IAN Book of the Year Awards and is also shortlisted for Best Mystery from Chanticleer Reviews.
NYTimes bestselling author Meg Waite Clayton hosts Madeleine Mysko on her blog
Read Madeleine Mysko on "A 1st novel . . . in a mere 20 years. Click here. Read about Stone Harbor Bound in NewWorld Review. An Interview with Madeleine Mysko appears in More Light. Hear an interview with Madeleine Mysko on WYPR.
New Nora Tierney Release!
The Golden Hour is MK Graff's latest addition to the Nora Tierney English Mystery Series. While MK Graff begins her book tour, The Golden Hour has garnered much attention, including making the longlist for the Mystery and Mayhem Award from Chanticleer Media.