August 28, 2019

“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.” 

― Dr. Seuss

Well, technically it isn’t over, over. It is, however, the end of a long road.  The road of incubation, both inside and out, coddling, hiding in a closet the first night home from the hospital because...

June 24, 2019

The case for Twitter and tips for a Historical Fiction Writer Presence (and thoughts for more engagement amongst us).

I love Twitter. As a writer, it’s a small haven for me. I live in a rural area that is two hours away from writers groups and book stores, and though th...

March 8, 2019

 Thank you Eric, for the invite to the podcast.  Very Fun, hence all the laughter.  Book review of DAISY JONES AND THE SIX happens about minute 5, but you won't regret listening to it all, as we talk Theatre and Streaming and Shows we've binged on. Enjoy!

February 22, 2019

I just finished a turn at directing another play, the reason for my long hiatus from many things social network.  This one wasn't just any play, but the massive, original, hilarious, touching: Shakespeare in Love.  I couldn't be more proud of these actors and crew, and...

July 2, 2018

I went to a funeral last Friday, expecting a treasured farewell, and I got a civic lesson.

This was the funeral of the first woman, in our beloved Paris, with whom I fell head over heels in woman-worship, 24 years ago.

Point One:

She had a building dedicated to literacy n...