Wonder how busy art moms get it all done? Or what life is like encouraging your kids in the arts? Check out four profiles of local art moms in The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle.
I was fortunate enough to interview a few local artists and cover an excellent exhibit at Nazareth. Read the write-ups here:
My article on Po’ Boys & Pickles, a New Orleans-style sandwich shop in the heart of Maine, is the cover story in the February issue of The Independent Restaurateur. IR is the largest all digital magazine dedicated to independent restaurant owners with over 45,000 subscribers and thousands of daily hits to their Website.
I’m so excited to feature this restaurant and to work with IR. Watch for future articles from me this summer. And of course, if you have an independently owned restaurant you think would make a great feature, give me a shout.
Check out the Winter 2014 edition of The Maplewood Times. Filled with news of their recent renovations, new Home Care company and more, this issue gives a great snapshot of living in style even in one’s senior years.
Newsletter writing is a specialty of mine, and I welcome the opportunity to help out your organization, club or company. Contact me to start the conversation.
I’ve had two articles go live this month in the Democrat & Chronicle. The first featured Roberts Wesleyan history professor, Matt Moore, and his play “Living History.” The second is a feature on the Rochester Children’s Book Festival, an annual book festival that brings together children and the authors they love.
My middle grade novel, Theft of the Star Tracker, is live on Amazon! Here’s the link and a description:
When their highly technical science project is stolen, brothers Drew and Alex Richfield are thrown into an action-filled battle with bully, Brett Larson, who always seems to be just one step ahead of them.
Drew and Alex must learn to work together to stop Brett from registering their GPS Star Tracker as his own in the Annual Science Fair. At stake are the brothers’ reputations, their relationship and the Grand Prize!
The book is $3.99 or you can borrow it for free if you have Amazon Prime.
One of my short stories just won honorable mention in The Binnacle’s Ultra Short Contest. “Malpractice” comes in under 150 words but packs in symbolism, theme, plot and characterization in its depiction of a woman who ends up with a scar after a medical procedure.
Thanks to The Binnacle staff and judges. I sure look forward to receiving my copy of the Ultra Short Issue!