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   Quarter Moon Dues: Concluding Qtr, by Linda G. Shelnutt  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2008
 
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      As you read QUARTER MOON DUES: Book Two, you'll notice that the fantasy and reality storylines, which percolated through earlier Books of Gem, have syncopated into a back beat for the jazz steps in a series of letters. With this book, the reason for the gradual dance away from established plot lines clarifies into the bull-dog-determination of a writer to synchronize a heartbeat between the moon and New York City. As with MORNING COMES, FULL MOON RISING, NEW MOON BLUES, and QUARTER MOON DUES, this story-in-letters is a parallel to THE ROSE AND THE PYRAMID, and the book titles and letters used are exact or close replicas of those sent by Linda Shelnutt. From a 2008 retrospect, Linda no longer questions whether the letters are an ingenious "How To" or a hilarious "How Not To" break into the Majors in USA Publishing. To the rhythm of blues, in 2007, she stepped into a canoe, joining a free-flowing stream-of-consciousness gaining momentum out of Seattle, feeding hungry minds, kindling campfires, and singing folk

     
     
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  • Books of Gem The (#6)

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