QuickTurtle Books Newsletter 6 November 2020

Conversations With Sasquatch, The Encounter

Hi Everyone, 

Here is the latest QuickTurtle News!

A QuickTurtle Book hot off the press is Conversations With Sasquatch, The Encounter. This is my new Big Foot novel set in Lewiston, Michigan.  

I had my first encounter with Sasquatch when I was six years old.  I was fishing for sunfish is the Thunder Bay River when Big Foot appeared.  I didn’t Really think much about it for many years until my adult encounter while hunting for morel mushrooms near Big Creek where the story unfolds with this excerpt:  

“I have had to readjust my beliefs and rethink many an opinion since I met a Sasquatch while out hunting for morel mushrooms in Lewiston, Michigan. I had no idea that these mushrooms were high on their list of dietary delicacies. They prize and love them.

I would have been afraid and crapped my pants if it hadn’t been for the long outstretched arm that offered me a half eaten morel. There was nothing aggressive or hostile in this gesture. He effused a welcoming aura of curious friendliness.

I took the half-eaten morel and popped it into my mouth. As I shook my head affirmatively, I offered him my paper sack that contained about twenty morels and two or three beefsteaks I had gathered along a cedar ridge beside Big Creek.

It was then that I noticed the pure silence that had fallen over the forest. The crows look-out caws had vanished, the squirrels had shushed their chatter and rattle in the trees. Not even a bluejay or a mosquito was daring a peep.”  (Purchase here)

5 thoughts on “QuickTurtle Books Newsletter 6 November 2020

  1. Dale Neff November 6, 2020 / 8:38 pm

    Ha, I always wondered who took my bag of mushrooms when I would set it down.

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