September 2017 Newsletter

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Recipe of the Month

Italian Meatloaf

by Colleen Green


  • Approximately 2 lbs. of 90% lean ground beef
  • 1/2 cup bread crumbs (Progresso Garlic & Herb) 
  • 1 cup pasta sauce (Prego Italian Sauce Three Cheese)
  • 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese 
  • Shredded mozzarella cheese (Philadelphia)

Mix ground beef (refrigerated not frozen) with the bread crumbs, pasta sauce, and parmesan cheese.

Bake in oven at 350 degrees for approximately 1 hour and forty-five minutes. 

Pour remaining sauce to cover the top of loaf. Cover with mozzarella cheese. Bake for fifteen more minutes. Take out of oven.

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Book of the Month

“WHITE LINES” by Wright Writers of Dayton member Greg Enslen newest book is available on Amazon.

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Frank Harper mystery.


White Lines

“He tried to make things better…and failed. Miserably. Ex-cop Frank Harper is battling his addictions and wondering if his missteps in a recent case caused the horrific death of an innocent family. Meanwhile, a Dayton drug task force is struggling to contain hostile street gangs engaged in a surging drug trade that is spinning out of control. When Frank steps in to investigate the family’s deaths, can he avoid a desperate standoff between warring factions that may cost him his life?”

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Inspirational Quote of the Month

The whole difference between construction and creation is exactly this: that a thing constructed can only be loved after it is constructed; but a thing created is loved before it exists.

Charles Dickens


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Editor: Author Colleen Green

Article of the Month

Are We Almost There? 


Vickie L. Weaver

Wright Writers of Dayton Author

Are “almost” and “nearly” interchangeable words? I don’t think I ever heard anyone say “nearly” when I was growing up. Instead, as far as I can recall, everyone said “almost.” Of course, down the line in my education I learned about its similarity to “almost.” I must admit it: “Almost” is the first word I think of whenever I’m talking or writing about not quite getting there. To many of us their definitions are identical. So, are they interchangeable? Most of the time they are. The differences seem to come, for the most part, regionally and in people’s educational levels and social standing. “Nearly” seems to be more sophisticated and occasionally is the only choice, as in “I didn’t like the show nearly as much as you did.” Otherwise, using one versus the other really is not a big deal, most of the time. Whenever you’re in serious doubt about the better usage, just rephrase the sentence. You can take it from here.

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Inspirational Quote of the Month

My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.

Maya Angelou


Book of the Month

City in the Middle

Book Two

in the Amber Milestone Series

By Colleen Green

Wright Writer of Dayton Author

Romance/Suspense novel will be released Oct. of 2017

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Preview of City in the Middle

Preview 1

What I was about to find out could ruin my new job. In a way, the implications that Teresa had made about the Bugiardini family had left me doubting the credibility of the pub. So yeah, I needed enlightened. I did a search for Bugiardini, New York. Scanning the links that came up, I found none were good. Words such as arrest, mafia, and criminal were frequent.

Preview 2

He leaned over putting his cheek against mine pulling me deeper into his embrace. He slid his arms down until we were dancing more relaxed. His arms wrapped around me. I closed my eyes and felt his heart beating.

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