I’m happy to share a notice from Storytime Pups:
Welcome to Storytime Pup Channel Show Premier edition of theStorytime Pup Author Newsletter.
Well folks, here we are, the eve before the premier of the Storytime Pup Channel. We are both excited and nervous today. We are excited to finally see the channel come to fruition. .. We pray it is well received by all of you and more importantly, the children.
This has truly been a great experience so far. We feel that we have made some great new friends along the way, some as far away as Australia and Indonesia. We hope you all enjoy the channel and that it gives your wonderful books the exposure they deserve. We are sure that children across the country and across the globe will enjoy your wonderful books and great illustrations.
So, join us in wishing our pal Storytime Pup the best of luck as he em”barks” on this new journey to entertain and befriend children everywhere.
Good Luck Storytime Pup!
In order to create a sense of comradery, we would like to present an author profile in each of our newsletters. These profiles can also be seen on our website by clicking on the AUTHORS tab located at the top of our website
Here’s a little bit of my background: I grew up in the Willard Hotel in Washington DC (my Dad was the manager), was married and lived in Northern Virginia for twenty years where my husband and I raised our four children. We later moved to the Philadelphia PA Bucks County suburbs where we lived for fourteen years before moving to the Binghamton NY area where we lived for eighteen years, and we have now returned to New Hope, PA in Bucks County. We celebrated our 55th wedding anniversary in June! We are retired, (if you don’t count being an author) and we travel in our RV from the east coast to the west coast each year to spend time with our children and ten grandchildren. I have had a varied career: I was a teacher and coach for ten years in the Washington DC area, and then became a “stay-at-home-Mom” who in my spare-time was a professional newspaper sports photographer and columnist for several years when our boys were playing competitive soccer. When our girls became interested in theater, I became a Dinner Theatre Company Stage Manager (as well as lighting and sound technician) and also was an Assistant Talent Manager for Cathy Parker Talent when our youngest daughter was doing commercials and professional modeling in NYC. When we were relocated to the Binghamton NY area, I became the Business Administrator for a software development company specializing in simulation, handling office duties as well as payroll and contracts. Now I have time to write, and to market my books. I also have collaborated with my daughter on several rhymed musical plays for her elementary school, seven of which are now published and being performed in the US as well as internationally.