As I mentioned before, I’m working on an MFA in Creative Writing at Lesley University. I’m also staying in Oslo, Norway for this academic year as my husband won a Fulbright to be a visiting researcher at Oslo University.
For these reason, I’m going to give this blog a rest for December and most of January and hope to be back next spring with something to entertain and provoke.
I hope you all enjoy this picture taken this Fall in Lillehammer, Norway. Heather is something that’s used instead of flowers at this time of year. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
All Best Wishes,
I hope you had a wonderful summer and are returning to your desks refreshed and restored. As you read this, I am on my way to Oslo, Norway, where my husband is to take up a visiting professorship at the university. I will be working on my novels, AN UNSUITABLE SUITOR, to be published in 2013, and my Sicilian novel, in the first draft stage.
However, I will be posting things on this blog as usual. And I’ll be marking various anniversaries by publishing some new short pieces. On September 18, I hope to remember my first husband Ted Bogacz by publishing his short story THE ARCHDUKE. On October 18, I plan to mark the anniversary of the publication of THWARTED QUEEN by putting up a short story featuring her ladyship. And on November 3, I plan to mark my birthday by publishing a small volume of my poems.
I hope all of you will enjoy these offerings, which will be available on Amazon and Smashwords.