When I arrived at the Airport Marriott in Pittsburgh Friday for the Pennwriters Conference, my friend told me about a “read and critique” session happening after the keynote dinner. All I needed was two pages of my manuscript and a one paragraph synopsis, formatted correctly. No name. Easy, right? Horrifying.
Aftertaste, and its compelling and exceptionally brave protagonist, will stay with me every time I step into my kitchen. Mira and her world are so artfully drawn, and with such utility, that I found myself pausing, often, to study how Mileti did it. How she uses food as a metaphor for love and life, the
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At the Pennwriters Conference in May, I met Barbara Simpson Carducci, author of "Storee Wryter Gets a Dog." Ms. Carducci's book was named one of the Best Dog Books for Young Readers in Cesar's Way Magazine (August Issue), the Official Publication of Cesar Milan, the Dog Whisperer. Check it out on Amazon!
Both non-fiction pieces I submitted to "Beyond the Diaper Bag" have been included in the collection now available for purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Lulu. "A Little Known Truth" was inspired by our daughter's struggle with night terrors. We had no idea large tonsils caused pediatric sleep apnea, which in turn triggered night