Some of the treasures I’m recovering as I prepare to move in a few weeks are pleasant, such as snapshots of my children and grandson Eli when they were small, and writings from years past.
Recently, I had the pleasure of conducting a Discovery Session with Charlene Moses of Laconia, New Hampshire. She is working on a memoir about painful events that occurred in her family when she was
Note: In Pod Fifteen, Grammy talks about her work, helping people publish their own stories in the form of books. She reads poems about friendship, and then Grammy interviews Eli and his best friend,
Note: In Pod Fourteen, Grammy talks about her friend Judy Kelliher’s book, which is about Judy’s brother Bobby and is available here. The daily poem is also about family. Grammy interviews Eli and his
Note: In Pod One, you’ll meet your narrators, Janice (known as Grammy in Poem Pods) and her 11-year-old grandson, Eli. They explain what Poem Pods are, and Grammy reads a poem to introduce you to
Beginning tomorrow, I’m launching a 20-day series of free podcasts, called Poem Pods, for children and families. They are low-tech broadcasts that aim to give children home on school vacation—without
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. I realized the other day that my little grandbaby Phoibe has never seen her parents’ faces.
Note: Bug Bytes are simple snippets, quick thoughts. Thanks for reading. Note: Recently, I mentioned that I found this snippet from my book “Divine Renovations.” It takes place on one of my bad,
My family lost its patriarch in October.
Note: This is the fifteenth of fifteen parts. Click here to read from the beginning. By the end of the month, most people in the world will have experienced 31 days. I will have experienced 32