Monthly Archives: March 2011
Good news again! The Gift shop at the Samuel Morse Historic site, called Locust Grove, is carrying my book, Musket and Mobcap. If you are interested, stop in and look around.
Great news for those in the Millbrook area! My middle-grade historical fiction novel, Musket and Mobcap, is now available in the Merritt Bookstore. The action takes place in the local area around Fishkill, NY during the American Revolution. Sybil Ludington , tangles with … Continue reading
I’ve been checking the SCBWI website every couple of days to find the application for the Poughkeepsie Conference. I see that it will be held at the Ramada Inn, in Fishkill, at the conference center. Looking forward to seeing everyone again. Care … Continue reading
If you finished reading my book, Musket and Mobcap, you’ll remember that Archibald rousts Sybil from her doldrums by challenging her to a game of Fox and Geese. If you would like to try an online version of this popular … Continue reading
Today I have a short update. Went to Barnes and Noble and the place was hopping. My book was up on a shelf, facing out, for everyone to see. I was thrilled! I spent some quality time this week rewriting … Continue reading
Good news folks! If you’re interested in getting my book locally (Poughkeepsie area), it is being carried by the Barnes and Noble on Route 9. Stop in and take a look in the local area of the Children’s section.
On March 9, 2011, I went to the James S. Evans Elementary School in Wappingers Falls, New York, for an author visit with the fourth graders. I want to thank John Hobart and Helga MacKenzie for the invitation and the … Continue reading
Dressmaking at the time of the American Revolution was an amazing feat. Using an authentic pattern and material designed from a dress found in a period painting, I’ve been creating my own dress to wear on author visits and presentations … Continue reading