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Brandeis Book Study Group

Brandeis Book Study Group

Back in June, Ronnie Fassberg invited me to speak before her Brandeis Book Study Group  and I am delighted that I had the opportunity to do so. What a wonderful, bright, energetic and full of questions group of women this turned out to be. The meeting was held this past Wednesday in Stuart,… Read more »

Animal Quackers…

Animal Quackers…

Author Marlene Klotz has written a delightful new book of children’s poetry that will have kids chuckling as they travel through the antics of characters such as the Alligator with the toothy smile and the squiggly wiggly worm. Animal Quackers follows Klotz’s earlier Alphabet Zoo. Inspired by love for her own… Read more »

A Woman to Admire…

A Woman to Admire…

I first met Teri Pinney because of our mutual interest, that of being an author. But after a single conversation I learned she is so much more…Teri is a true Renaissance Woman.  In addition to her novel The Missing Heart – Chronicles of an Educator, she has published dozens of articles on education policies… Read more »

Get a Scrapbook the Easy Way…

Lots of people are interested in creating a  scrapbook to preserve memories of a special time or event but…they sinply can’t find the time. Sure, you’ve got those cruise photos tucked in the drawer along with the menus, a heart-shaped candy and nine matchbook covers from various ports of call…but do you ever look… Read more »

Pay it Forward

A dear friend of mine, Sunny Serafino — a wonderful writer with several award-winning novels to her credit — sent the following e-mail to all of her followers and friends. I thought it was so well explained, that I have decided to post it here on the blog. Please know that… Read more »

A True Story…

Wow…I’m really impressed with the number of people signing on to read “Cracks in the Sidewalk” – but then how often do you get to read an award winning novel for free. Lots of people are already in love with Elizabeth’s mother, Claire McDermott, and I guess it’s hard not… Read more »