As a reader, my taste widely varies. I’m particularly fond of the works of Jane Austen and Edith Wharton. Well-written books that convey the flaws of human nature are somehow comforting. They certainly make us feel less alone.
In March 2018, I took a step into the unknown world of self-publishing with my first novelette, Pride and Prejudice and Coffee. Turns out, this new world is not as scary as I once had thought.
And so — with fear now abated and nothing to lose but pride (which is never good for anyone anyway) — I’ve decided to assemble my favorite essays and poems into one unique book and (God-willing) release it by year-end. It will be a labor of love and not even remotely commercial.
As a musician, I have recorded and/or toured nationally with artists such as Matthew Sweet, The Wygals, Marti Jones, Don Dixon, Laura Hawthorne, Rob Bartlett, Barry Mitchell, and most recently, Red Words.
Today, like most of us, I juggle. I’m a wife, mom, and work part time in New York City. To satisfy my talkative inner life, I write (with coffee always within reach).