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Book #1, "Hawk Dancer"
Engage in North Country ventures from folk storyteller, Joshua Seidl,
(known to masterfully weave fact and fantasy.) These are works of hysterical historical and contemporary fiction.
Metis, Euro-American and Native American interaction in a
contemporary historical setting, 1917-2010 in pristine northern Great Lakes woodland communities. Carried in a whimsical, witty, dramatic, sentimental
"Stories, well driven, and so realistic. Down the earth great reading." --Sgt. T. Douglas, chronologist
The Birch Clump Village Reader Series
Collections of short stories, art and some poetry in a five book series by Joshua Seidl.
Five volumes in all, including #4 at the top of the next column. Note that the Christmas edition has no number assigned.
A new release
Ten Things: Birch Clump Village Reader 4
My latest book in the “Birch Clump Village Reader” [BCVR] series is now
available. BCVR-4 is titled Ten Things after the lead short story. That is a humorous telling of Jig and Danny’s near harrowing attempt at some amateur
underground detective work.
The Baby Boomer teens of the 1960s are now moving into their young adult years of the 1970s; and have been with the publication of BCVR-3,
“Peanut Butter and Pickle Pie.” It is hard to picture most of these young people eventually becoming our civic and religious leaders of the 1990s to the
present. Be it as it may, let the youth enjoy their prime.
Continued below ...
New for 2014 - Just published: Ten Things - synopsis continued from the third column above
Mage the waitress stops by the window each morning to watch Neil the stock boy open up the General store. Nora is nearly out of control when she sees
Sgt. T. Douglas, (27). Changing a Flat is Sgt. T. Douglas's first full feature short story, [Ten Thing, BCVR#4].
With a gun to the back
of his head, →
Amos is blindfolded, gagged, tied up, robbed,
and left in the woods in part one. His empty kayak is found four days later in part two. We learn what became of Amos Crow in the third part of
Fishing Hole in this volume of the BC Village Readers. What about Madge and Neil? Any romance in the air? She
had an eye on Jig as well. Hmm . . . . Still to come in 2014 Bubba Junior makes his first appearance in the upcoming BCVR#5, yet to
be titled. Just graduated from college, he interviews Ol' Sarge in a short story tentatively titled, Confessions of a Chicken. (Sarge, aka T. Douglas, is
pictured left sipping his ice tea). Will Nora snag him in the next book? ← Fact or Fiction? A few have asked if Sarge is real.
Visit Sarge T. Douglas on Face Book, and decide for yourself. The picture here suggests
either. A hand drawn upper body, and a photograph lower half. My opinion? He's pure fiction. I'm the author that created his character; I should know.
Sarge is cool, calm and collective in the novels. He's a lover, not a fighter. There's something extra ordinarily kindly and gentle about him that the Villagers open up to him
with hardly any hesitation. He comically and endearingly appears vain glory, rash and impulsive on Face Book. Why? I'm
just having a bit of fun with him. You can too. ← Sarge is 28 in this 1979 picture. Click it to see him at 16 in 1967.