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Clear Creek Publishing

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a winding passage into creativity

   Choose from a selection of one or more Digital and Print Publications of Yesteryear, Mystery and Intrigue. Our unique titles flow through a winding passage of creativity to include several topic lines:  Special Events, Marketing, Colorado History, Brighton History Detective® Victoriana, & Speculative Fiction.

   Clear Creek Publishing is especially excited to announce our newest Blue House Publications line (Fiction Books, Novellas, and Short Stories), featuring stories of Speculative Fiction in a variety of print and digital formats.

        Don't miss our Authors Blog tab for a peek at our first fiction title, The Sound of Heaven: A Mysterious Stranger's Quest," by Ethan Michaels. You'll also find our new columns: Investigations by the Brighton History Detective® (featuring 20 stories of the Historical Background of the "Historic Brighton at Founders Plaza" mural*); Cemetery Chats by the Brighton History Detective®; and Victoriana Chats from Yesteryear.

     Select the  Available Publications tab for a complete list of all our titles, and a description of each.  A convenient purchase link is included with each, taking you to our listing at Amazon.com for our newest print and digital titles or to our Contact form so that we can search our "attic shelves" for one of our popular out-of-print titles. We will then promptly send you specific pricing and "White Glove Service" details. 

       Interested in inviting one of our authors to present an engaging presentation on one of our many popular Colorado HistoryVictoriana, or Author topics? Visit the Author Talks tab for additional information. 

     Whichever of our site paths you follow, we look forward to meeting you on Clear Creek Publishing's winding passage of creativity.

*The "Historic Brighton at Founders Plaza" mural is a public art project of the Brighton Cultural Arts Commission (BCAC), an art, culture, and humanities 501©(3) Corporation, and its Brighton Public Arts Committee.(BPAC). The BCAC mission is "to provide support for the production, presentation, exhibition, advancement, and preservation of art, music, theatre, dance, language arts, zoology, botany, and natural history for the City of Brighton." The mural was made possible with funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities (SCFD) and Brighton Lodging Tax grants.

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