I am very pleased to be featuring my review of Leora’s Letters, written by Joy Neal Kidney. I have been following Joy’s family history blog, Joy Neal Kidney – Family Family and local stories and history, favorite books, for a few years now, and I was thrilled to see the history of her mother’s family during World … Continue reading Digital Discoveries: Review of Leora’s Letters
I am pleased to share the news that my short story, "The Pilgrimage," has been published in the Vol. VII #9 issue of The Woven Tale Press. (See page 55.) In addition to publishing fiction and poetry, The Woven Tale Press features a good selection of contemporary visual art. I'd encourage you to check out … Continue reading Publication: "The Pilgrimage"
Richard W. Wise’s Redlined: A Novel of Boston is a suspenseful, well-structured mystery thriller by a writer well-versed in the genre. I was surprised at how quickly I read it: I just had to keep turning to the next page to find out what happened next! In the opening scene, a young woman, Sandy Morgan, … Continue reading Adelaide Authors: Review of Redlined
The Publications This is the first time I have had two pieces published in the same issue of a literary magazine--in two different genres! "Creosote Reverie" and "The Strange End of Laura Farnsworth's Marriage" appear in the Fall 2019 edition of Smoky Quartz, put out by the Monadnock Writers' Group. The Back Stories I wrote … Continue reading Publication First: Two-Fer!