Note: This is the fifth part of a series. Click here to read from the beginning. Judi Lundh is a retired English teacher who lives not far from my home in the Lakes Region of Laconia, New
Helping a Pediatrician Develop His Book
Note: This is the third part of a series. Click here to read from the beginning. Gerald “Gerry” Hass is a retired pediatrician with whom I’ve had the pleasure to work over the past few months.
Covering a lot of Ground
Note: This is the second part of a series. Click here to read from the beginning. While I don’t feel at liberty at this time to talk openly about the people whose stories I am helping bring to
Thank you for a warm welcome!
I was so pleased with the response I received after announcing the launch for Janice Beetle Books. Thank you for taking the time to review the website and offer congratulations. It means a lot to me,
JaniceBeetleBooks.com Is Live
It was over eight years ago that Paul Mundy of Easthampton, Massachusetts, called me to ask if I would help him create a book in memory of his late wife. He had written a series of poems about her and
Making Things Happen
I’ve been back from Majuro for three weeks, and it is only now that I feel settled, with my feet firmly planted in routine and familiarity. It was a difficult transition. In those first days home, I