Tag Archives: The Pandoran Legacy

A Wee bit o’ Arlen

Arlen, that’s what the natives say. That’s how it sounded to this visitor, anyway. Pronunciation aside, wow, what a fabulous country! We were in Ireland for nine very full days. Overwhelming–hundreds of photos! I’ve had a few weeks to consider … Continue reading

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Writing yourself into a corner.

With the conception of A Stranger’s Child, a contemporary continuation of the Pandora myth, I wrote my first novel with series potential. I’ve always been an idea author–too many ideas to stick with one premise. That’s why I enjoy flash … Continue reading

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Getting Lit!

at the Chicago Printer’s Row 34th Annual Lit Fest celebration. For the second year in a row, I was able to set up a table and sell my books, A Stranger’s Child and Pocket Money, under the Chicago Writers’ Association … Continue reading

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The Book Party

A couple of weeks ago, Friday, May 18, I had my first ever BOOK RELEASE PARTY¬†for my contemporary mythology tale, A Stranger’s Child.¬†Hosted by the Karnitz Art Gallery, it was a splendid little affair. Despite ASC being my fourth publication, … Continue reading

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