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Here I am at Pawling Elementary for an author visit. What a terrific group of students. Thank you all for making me feel very welcome. I look forward to coming back next year.
Had a great time selling and signing books yesterday. The weather cooperated and it didn’t rain. Check out Facebook and see pictures of the event. If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of my new book … Continue reading
Come and check out a copy of my new book, One Step from Normal. I will also have copies of my two other books, Musket and Mobcap and Summer of Red Rain. The Festival runs from 10AM to 5PM. This … Continue reading
Hello all. A new year full of promise awaits everyone. My newest book that came out in April 2015, One Step from Normal, is available to anyone who expresses interest. Contact me through my website and I will let you … Continue reading
If you are still looking for last minute gifts, stop in to either store and pick up one of my books. You can also find them in Millbrook, at the Merritt Bookstore, and at Locust Grove. Happy Holidays and happy … Continue reading
If you need a gift for your teacher’s classroom, why not consider buying Musket and Mobcap or Summer of Red Rain. Both of these novels for middle-grade readers are set during the American Revolution. Contact me via my website or … Continue reading
Here I am selling and signing my books at the Poughkeepsie Mall Craft Fair. Thank Tammy Scotti who took the picture.
I send a big thank you to all of my customers at Tammy’s Shopping Party, yesterday. I had a wonderful time, met some great people, and enjoyed a super day. Glad everyone liked my chocolate chip cookies too! It’s been … Continue reading
Fall is here and activities abound, but take a minute to visit Craftsmen by Design where you will find copies of my three books. Does your child need a book for a book report or is your child studying the … Continue reading
Teachers, Parents and other educators: Are you looking for a book to read set during the American Revolution? Look no further. My two books, Musket and Mobcap, and Summer of Red Rain will fill the bill. I am willing to … Continue reading← Older posts Newer posts →