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Richard Henzel <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 13 Jun 2020 19:20:20 -0500
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Finished and on sale! My first (hopefully of many) audiobooks produced with
Tim Champlin. His excellent detective/adventure/buddy novel *Mark Twain
Speaking from the Grave: the Search for His Hidden Recordings *was such a
delight to narrate. Please *email me* if you would like a promo code for a
free copy to review...

*This is a "What if…?" novel. What if Mark Twain actually dictated secrets
on the recordings he made toward the end of his life? What if he had hidden
them for a future generation to find, then laid a trail of clues for their

*Following graduation from Middle Tennessee State College, I declined an
offer to become a Border Patrol Agent in order to finish work on a Master
of Arts degree in English at Peabody College, now part of Vanderbilt
University. I had fun creating a scenario of what might have been.*

*The real Sam Clemens - Mark Twain - was a very complex man who led a
fascinating, diverse life for nearly 75 years. The man is much more
interesting than I have been able to portray him in fiction.*

Persevere my friends.

*Richard Henzel*

*The Mark Twain In Person Audiobook Library
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On Mon, Jun 8, 2020 at 3:33 AM Steve Courtney <
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> Greetings, all!
> Just wanted to alert you to the third of our “Trouble at Home” series at
> the Hartford house – the interviews that are the spiritual descendant of
> our “The Trouble Begins at 5:30” series. This Thursday, June 11, at 5:30
> p.m. EDT, I will be interviewing Assistant Curator Mallory Howard and
> educator Jason Scappaticci on “Mark Twain and Spiritualism” – how the 19th
> century movement affected America, the neighborhood of Nook Farm, and
> Clemens and his family in particular. Mallory and Jason have made
> themselves experts in the subject, and lecture frequently in Connecticut
> libraries and historical societies.
> People seem to like these free, informal and informative chats. Again,
> Thursday, June 11,, at 5:30 p.m. EDT. More detail and the link to register
> are here:
> (An important note to our overseas Forum friends: When prompted to enter
> an American ZIP code, just leave the space blank.)
> Best,
> Steve
> Steve Courtney
> Curatorial Special Projects Coordinator
> The Mark Twain House & Museum
> 351 Farmington Avenue
> Hartford, Connecticut 06105
> 860-302-8969