Please note name change- hope all American Christians will read it.
This is the name of my new book, now at publisher. Look for it soon.
Thaddeus Stevens' mother (that's me in costume) will be presenting at Highland Presbyterian Church in Lancaster this spring. I'll be bringing my second edition of my Thaddeus Stevens book.
Manuscript draft circuclating for reader input. If you're interested please email me.
Back to researching and writing during this holiday season. This time my focus is attempting to dialogue with Evangelical Christians in this Trumpism Era. A big challenge! My theme = to show how Jesus is the Way, Truth and Life even for today and introducing the Real Realm.
A gathering with eight of ten grands in attendance on a cold Thanksgiving day at Stone Harbor, NJ. Four family dogs couldn't wait for those tidbits to fall their way.
As the holidays get underway so do the opportunities to sell my books and programs - on the 16th I set up a display table at a Christmas bazaar and this week will be featured at a Treasurers and Trivias event.
Leaving the driving to Executive Coach I left for the coast of Maine on August 14th. We traveled from Boothbay Harbor to Northeast Harbor, Maine and back - sometimes in my rented car - so I could be on time for my three book signings. Two were in Sherman's stores and the first one in this book series sold out. Both the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine and the Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland carry my lighthouse books. Manning [...]
August 15, 2018 -11-12 AM I'll be at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine - autographing my seasons of the year lighthouse books in their Museum shop. 3- 5 PM I'll be at Sherman's bookstore in Boothbay Harbor August 16, 2018 - 1:30-4 PM I'll be at the Maine Lighthouse Museum - the same museum that Ken Black started. He gave me the inspiration for the series. His wife, Dot Black, runs the shop. I look forward to seeing [...]
During this season of summer doldrums and summer heat ideas for themes and topics for my next book bounce around in my head. While my brain sorts and shifts through what might actually become a published work, I’m reading Laurie Halse Anderson’s Ashes, one of her America Trilogy series of historical fiction for youth, and considering whether or not writing a story about my ancestor who did the washing for George Washington is worth investing my writing time into creating. [...]