Susan Klopfer of Cuenca, Ecuador worked as a journalist in Texas and Missouri, winning state newspaper awards for investigative reporting. As an acquisitions and development editor for Prentice Hall, she also wrote Abort! Retry! Fail!, a Book of the Month Club alternate selection. Susan is a graduate of Hanover College and holds an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. While living in the Mississippi Delta, she researched and wrote two books on the region's history, including a book on the murder of Emmett Till. She recently announced the publication of a new e-book, Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off.
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VideosLand of Emmett Till
While I was living in the Mississippi Delta, Emmett Till’s body was exhumed and examined by the Cook County medical examiner’s office as part of a halted attempt to investigate and finally close this famous civil rights cold case.
Can you guess the names and faces in this video? Look for Fannie Lou Hamer, Amzie Moore, Aaron Henry, Megar Evers, Dr. T.R.M. Howard -- who all tried to learn what had happened to the Chicago schoolboy who was murdered in the Mississippi Delta in August of 1955.
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The tight bond between Clinton and Joe, two gay, black lawyers (one of them, married) is broken when Joe is reportedly found hanged. A suicide seems impossible to Clint, and Joe’s widow is acting cagey. Clinton Moore believes Joe Means was tortured and murdered, and that his and Joe’s shared obsession—investigating and fact gathering about cold case murders and assassinations—is the reason.
Cash In On Diversity
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off has been nominated for a Global eBook Award. Written for business people, educators, health workers, lawyers, ministers, engineers, computer experts, students and all others who want to do a better job of relating to each other in their daily lives. Storytelling approach. Includes a valuable glossary plus webinar script and more.
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Smashwords book reviews by Susan Klopfer
- 55 And Scared
on Dec. 02, 2012
This is a great book. The author shares his personal experience, and it is a rags to riches story about coming to grips with retirement. Anyone can read this book and come up with multiple ideas that work. We chose to move to a new geography where we can live at half the cost of where we were living. This made up for our loss in the market of our retirement savings. I also e-publish, and this gives ongoing income. Ken Bodnar is a type A racer, and many of us will never match his pace. Nevertheless, there is something here for every reader, thus I give his book 5 stars.