Finding Morgan on the radio!

Good morning! It may be a soggy start to the week, but the sun is shining somewhere. Yesterday it shined on Finding Morgan; I was fortunate enough to be be a guest on the WNY@Work show, talking about the my book Finding Morgan. For listeners, it was a sneak peek into the process of writing […]

Finding Morgan highlighted on Channel 2 WGRZ

Finding Morgan was highlighted this morning during the “Books for Kids Drive.” The drive is a great cause that brings together the Erie and Buffalo Public Library, Project Flight, Wegmans, and other organizations to donate more than 2.4 million books to children and teens of all ages. You can learn more at www.buffalonews.com/booksforkids. Check out […]

Early Edition of Finding Morgan

There are times when, no matter how hard we try, and how much we do, we miss something or tweaks go unnoticed right away. As is the case with my debut novel. During the formatting process, and the multiple hands on it from the editing team, mistakes were found by me, but not before the […]

Compeer Event to Feature Buffalo Bills Alumni Donald Jones

Compeer of Greater Buffalo is proud to announce its partnership with former Buffalo Bills wide receiver, Donald Jones, to help promote their upcoming annual Fall For Friendship Celebration and Bills Bash! party. Jones, who left the Buffalo Bills in 2013 to play for New England, has taken a stance on the importance of mental health […]

Evolution of Natural Understanding

Ever a time when the world is still. No blaring bugle’s, no honking horns, no ticker of audible news, no name calling, no threats, no one telling us they are right. Always right, never wrong–we are wrong. Silence, pure silence, rolling off the evergreen hills, penetrating my bones. Lavishing in serene peace as blades of […]

The First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time-honored tradition in America, where every year we give thanks for a bountiful harvest (food), for family, friends, health, our country. We have all been taught that the first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 when the first (still) British settlers known as Pilgrims celebrated a good harvest and invited the Indian tribe, […]