Once Upon a Sandbox–My book is out

June 28, 2011 at 9:40 pm Leave a comment

After months of writing and editing, submissions, waiting, and more editing, my book is out. Once Upon a Sandbox is a narrative in prose and poety about life on a family farm in the 50s and 60s.

If  you’ve grown up in a rural area, you will identify with many of my family’s experiences. If you’ve grown up in a city or a small town, you’ll appreciate  the need to work together to get essential chores done. You will laugh at the antics of children and pets, understand the ties of family, as well as learning about the challenges and rewards of living on the land. Come and join me on a voyage of memories.

I’ll post updates here as book signings and events are planned.  For more information or to purchase a book, please contact me.

Cover art by Deborah Pryce



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