Check out my poem “A Turkey Hangout” published on Jellyfish Whispers.
Peacock Journal has published my five photos.
I wrote an artist’s view of both the meaning of internal and external beauty which describes my choice of photos.
I would be interested in comments on my website of what you viewers feel about the photographs. You can leave comments on my website or on the Journal.
If any of you are interested in some of my photos as a note card or to purchase let me know.
My children’s short story will be published in the winter issue of Bumbles a children’s online magazine. It includes stories, poems, crafts, and fun activities. http://www.bumbles.com and I will let my readers know when it’s available. A subscription cost 19.95 for six issues but it’s well worth it.
I have a photo titled “Watch the Birdie” along with my bio under Visual Arts of Front Porch Review.
It’s a magazine for the young at heart and mind.
Check out the Front Porch Review. It has lots of good reading and visual arts.
Here’s the link: http://frontporchrvw.com/i…/october-2016/section/visual-arts
Today I received an email from BetterPhoto.com which runs online photo contests each month. One of my photos “April Morning” was selected to continue to the second round of choices. There were 5500 photos entered and 668 were selected for the second round. Yipee….
Great news! Your photo has been selected as a Staff Favorite in this month’s BetterPhoto
Contest! Over 5500 photos were entered and your outstanding image
has been selected in the top 668 Staff Favorites.
My story “The Silver Tree” has been published in this Japanese workbook for children. Along with my story, it has essays and nonfiction. At the end of each reading questions are asked of the children. The purpose of this book is to teach Japanese children to learn English. I am proud to have been included in this workbook
If you’re looking to download children’s stories why not try www.alfiedog.com. They are a great website with wonderful stories for kids. They have published three of mine, once is titled “The Cat in the Castle”. It’s rather like a fairy tale from years back.
Here is an example of the story:
Right after breakfast the King went up to Princess Victoria’s bedroom. He sat down on her bed and asked, “Why my darling daughter don’t you leave your room and play outside in the garden?…”
“I’m frightened,” said the princess.
“Frightened of what?” asked the King.
“I’m afraid of the mice” she answered.
“Oh those little creatures won’t come into our castle,’ said the King. “You can go into the library and sit by the fire and read.”
“They’re already here in the castle,” she answered. “I saw them last week scouring in and out of the kitchen.”