I live on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan near the city of Marquette. I grew up in Wilmette, Illinois, and attended Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Later I spent time at the University of Missouri-Columbia, studying journalism in the graduate school. I have worked as a freelance writer, journalist, and in many other capacities.
I originally published "Dandy Do-Little" in a limited quantity in 1996. It is my first e-book, and I have set a sales goal of one million paid downloads with time irrelevant. If you can help with reaching that goal, a million thanks.
The web link below is for "500 lbs. of beeswax," my effort to turn 500 pounds of raw beeswax into cash; and the blog link is to "an upper peninsula journal," a collection of pieces I've written on the Upper Peninsula and winter, my dogs, my mom's golf bag, a pirate, a beekeeper, summer, the county fair, peepers, and, among other things, publishing "Dandy Do-Little."
Thanks for stopping by.
on April 25, 2010 :
This writer really knows her pets! With humor and sensitivity she has brought to life the canine and feline family members along with some backyard (animal) visitors. Their stories touch the heart, make you laugh, and make you think about the condition of homeless domestic pets today. I highly recommend this to adults and children who love dogs and cats. The story keeps you turning the pages and is over too soon!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)