The Reunion

I’m proud to announce that my short story, The Reunion, is featured in The Greenwich Village Literary Review. This story germinated from a true event and slowly evolved into something unrecognizable from its true self. Still, I hold on dearly to the memory. https://thegreenwichvillageliteraryreview.wordpress.com/2015/06/16/the-greenwich-village-literary-review-spring-2015-vol-ii-no-1/  

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New Years Celebration

For the last six years, my husband and I have made ourselves a promise to usher in the New Year in a comedy club, laughing. This year we decided to change things a bit and begin the year singing along with our favorite Jazz singer at a restaurant in Kent, Connecticut. We drive from our […]

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Cleaning Up For The New Year

2014 is almost over, marking a time for a new beginning. No. I’m not talking about resolutions. I find them too easy to break. And setting goals can be overwhelming. We all have things that we want to accomplish in our lives — getting into the better shape, making more money, writing a best-selling book, […]

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Topography

Two days ago I left the country house, where I had spent the summer and drove back to the city. Sort of a bittersweet journey. On one hand I was looking forward to the change, and yet, this move signifies another chapter closed . . . a time to look back and reflect. As you […]

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Rainy Day Project – Organizing My Novel

Been raining all day yesterday and today. Went to the gym this morning, came home…and this is where I’ve been since. I’m working on organizing my manuscript on OneNote. Very helpful. I opened a file for each chapter, then subfiles for each character. And another file for timeline. One hundred pages into the book and […]

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