Monthly Archives: September 2013

Excerpt from my 1950s novel, A Woman’s Role

The excerpts I’m posting are from the “cutting room floor.” The scenes offer a glimpse into the story: Celina thought about the job she had applied for at the newspaper; it would get her away from the boredom of the … Continue reading

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Excerpt from A Woman’s Role

I’m happy to say that my novel A Woman’s Role will be released within the next few weeks. I’ve posted an excerpt from the book to give you a sense of how the story begins. Pulling onto the street, she glanced … Continue reading

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1950s Fashion Morphing into 1950s Baseball

Okay so men’s fashions aren’t on the top of my list. Trousers had cuffs, lapels and shoulders widened, and dark grays and blues were the colors of choice.  That’s it. But baseball, on the other hand, is pretty darn interesting. … Continue reading

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