ONE FOR THE ARK will be on display at the American Library Association’s Annual Meeting in Chicago this weekend, at the exhibit by Foreword Reviews. OFTA is a finalist for the Book of the Year in Fiction. Winner to be
Just wanted to share “Five Reasons” on why Chicago is a great place for writers. I’d add a 6th reason: we have a great pro bono organization called Lawyers for the Creative Arts, which
Here is a copy of the letter Brown was good enough to let us send to members of the Class of 1973. We are writing to you on behalf of a member of our
This is the ad rotating on forewordreviews.com . Go there now to get other great ideas for your spring break reading list!
This is the seal I get to use on ONE FOR THE ARK. Cool!
Three for three! Happy to announce that One for the Ark is a 2016 national #ForewordINDIES Book of the Year Awards Finalist in General Fiction. Warming Up was a finalist in 2013 and Saluting the Sun in 2015. Big winner
My reading list for our January cruise to Hawaii and Mexico was longer than my ability to stay “awoke.” Cruising on the Westerdam with Holland America is way too relaxing! Did manage to read a few books: Commonwealth, by Ann Patchett, the
One for the Ark is a Round One Finalist in the 2017 Illinois Soon To Be Famous Author Project sponsored by the Illinois Library Association. Got my fingers crossed for the March 6 announcement of the 3 Finalists. My second novel,
My friend, Julieanna, sent this loving tribute to Gwen Ifill. The HistoryMakers is a unique and extensive collection of in-depth interviews with black leaders in all areas of American life, founded by Julieanna here in Chicago and now housed by
Thank you, Cubbies, for this lesson in authorship and how to create something great: STAY IN THE MOMENT. Now might be a good time, too, to read a baseball-themed mystery. How about something by G.W. Kennedy?