Music By the Sea in Beautiful San Pedro, California
Against a backdrop of live rock-and-roll bands, I will be selling and signing my books each Sunday, from noon till 5 PM on these dates:
June 7th, 14th, and 21st at the Downtown Harbor Marina, located next to the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, at the foot of 6th Street on Harbor Blvd
July 5th, 12th, 19th at Point Fermin Park, at the foot of Gaffey Street on 807 Paseo del Mar.
August 2nd–I think Point Fermin Park…
Stop by and say hi!
May 16, 2015: A new article on Writers Block is posted. Thank you to my friends and fellow writers for their quotes and suggestions!
Here is my portion of the Palos Verdes Library District’s interview, for last autumn’s Local Author Fair!
Things are quiet at the moment. I’m finishing up the final rewrite of my next book and will be posting news on that soon!
Join my mailing list to get the first announcements–or even help me decide on a cover!
I’ll be joining other Local Authors on the
Promenade in Rolling Hills Estates, CA
Saturday, December 20
the last weekend before Christmas!
11 AM to 4 PM
The perfect holiday gift for Baby Boomers: A gift basket with coffee & The Boomer Book of Christmas Memories! Here’s the Amazon link.
Big news! Thanks to new developments in color printing technology, the price of The Boomer Book of Christmas Memories is dropping–down to $25 ! !
December 26, 2013: The Palos Verdes News has an article about me, designer/editor Stacey Aaronson, and The Boomer Book of Christmas Memories
December 15: 2013: Read My “My Turn” column in the Daily Breeze:
(sorry–it’s not online. Click on the pdf and it should enlarge so that you can read all about how Barbie has influenced us over the years.)
Check out my article on toys on the Boomer Cafe blog for Baby Boomer-or any of their other great news and articles for Boomers!
And a guest blog post about big stars plugging products at Christmastime in the 1950s, at Debra Ann Pawlak’s blog on Hollywood History.
Plus two interviews about the book, with Debra Eckerling of Write On! and Martha Emms’ Blog.
Missed my Webinar on Research for Writers? It’s here!
Learn the reasons why you can’t just make it all up, and where to go for good information!
from Kalambakal Press: