July 2018 Newsletter

Editor: Author Colleen Green
www.colleengreen.info

Book of the Month

by Wright Writers of Dayton Member, Greg Enslen

Yellow Jacket by Greg Enslen

Getting away with murder…Newly sober Frank Harper is solving cold cases left and right, finally impressing his boss. But Frank’s unhappy–he misses the excitement of active police work. Meanwhile, in Cooper’s Mill, the sleepy Ohio town where Frank’s daughter and grandson live, things are heating up. Local man Joe Hathaway is about to stand trial for three counts of attempted murder, and Frank’s been called in to testify. Joe’s confident he’ll win. But, just in case, he’s got a plan–one that will finally bring Frank Harper to his knees.

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Recipe of the Month

Beer Marinated Chicken Wrap

by Wright Writers of Dayton Member, Author Colleen Green

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  • Gallon Plastic Sealed Bag
  • 1 Package Chicken Breasts (flattened)
  • 1 Bottle Ale Beer
  • ½ of Roasted Potatoes Seasoning Mix Package (1.25oz)
  • 2 Cut Up Granny Smith Apples
  • Flour Tortillas
  • Hickory Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce
  1. Use meat tenderizer to flatten chicken breasts.
  2. Put meat into gallon plastic bag.
  3. Pour beer into bag.
  4. Seal bag and refrigerate overnight.
  5. Next day, take chicken out and sprinkle with roasted potatoes seasoning mix.
  6. Take back of spoon and push seasoning into the chicken.
  7. Heat up frying pan on medium heat.
  8. Add oil to pan and then add chicken.
  9. While the chicken is cooking, spread barbecue sauce on tortillas.
  10.  Flip chicken over to finish cooking.
  11. Arrange cut up apples onto tortillas.
  12. When chicken is finished cooking take it out of pan and cut up into strips.
  13. Put chicken pieces on tortillas.
  14. Add extra barbecue sauce if needed.

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Inspirational Quote of the Month

change you life today

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 Word of the Month

Guile n. Treacherous cunning; skillful deceit. Particular skill and cleverness in tricking or deceiving people. “Considerable guile was involved in the transaction.”

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