My 1000 word nonfiction article has been published in http://www.scarletleafreview.com. It is a great online magazine with poems, fiction, and nonfiction. Check it out for some good reading.
This is a very attractive magazine for poems, fiction, nonfiction, and art.
Their Spring issue in May will include a photo of mine.
When it becomes available, I will post the link.
I hope you’ll check it out.
My memoir of my grandmother was just published in the “Dear Nana” book. There are 39 other authors besides myself included in this “must read” book. Why I refer to it as that is because it is a fantastic tribute to all grandmothers no matter what there title is. Grandchildren that have had such special grandmothers are indeed very fortunate. Many of us have passed down experiences that we have learned from these special ladies. The book is for sale at Amazon.com.
I am one of the lucky forty writers who has had their Nana/Grandmother essay published in the “Nana” book. An ebook and a print book are both for sale on Amazon.com and it has already received one review of five stars.
Here is a little summary from the editor “Dear Nana: Grandmother Tales of Love, Secrets and Going Home is a collection of 40 unusual, true life stories from writers around the world about an incomparable relationship.”
There are 143 pages and well worth the read. Check it out!!
My children’s article on the Fisher Cat (which is not really a cat) has now been published in the June issue of http://www.kidsimaginationtrain.com.
The online ezine has poetry, fiction, and nonfiction along with some fun puzzles.
Introduce it to your child I’m sure they’ll like it!
In about a month or so a new book about grandmothers will be published. A tentative title is “Grandmothers Who Stand Watch” and is edited by Robin McGee.
I am lucky enough to have my story about my Nana published in this wonderful book.
I will update you on more info when the book is available.
My children’s nonfiction article “The Annoying Guests” which was published in October by Kids Imagination Train has been re-sold to ProQuest database for an acceptable price.
ProQuest has already published my article on the Luna Moth. They are a K-12 research database for libraries and schools. The database is by subscription only.
I’m happy to say when anyone wants to research slugs they will find my article in the database. My thanks go out to Elson Shields Professor at Cornell for reviewing my article.