Monthly Archives: May 2010

Interview Tonight!

I’m going to be interviewed tonight at 8:15 (Friday, May 28) on an Australian Radio station. The topic will be my book A Writer’s Journey: What to Know Before, During, and After Writing a Book. I was interviewed for my … Continue reading

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We have a long way to go…

I just spoke as part of an informal panel based on my book Married Women Who Love Women. The panel consisted of  me and two women in different stages of their own journeys. I realized that what I love about … Continue reading

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Workshop in Cleveland, Ohio

On July 15 I’ll be giving a workshop titled like my book, “A Writer’s Journey: What to know before, during and after writing a book” for the OLOC National Gathering in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Birthdays

Insights My grandson and I share birthdays (3 days apart) and I just got back from celebrating with him and other members of my family. On the way home, (a five hour trip) I had a chance to think about … Continue reading

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Radio interview!

On Friday, May 28 at 8:15PM I’ll be talking with Mez from the radio station Joy 94.9FM in Melbourne Australia about my latest book, A Writer’s Journey: What to Know Before, During, and After Writing a Book. To listen to … Continue reading

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We’re okay.

I just attended a Professional Women’s mixer. This event was sponsored by OP Lynx, a division of Out Professionals, and the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan. The upper west side rooftop was a perfect setting and even though the weather … Continue reading

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Chely Wright

The country-music singer, Chely Wright came out this week. Living for her music, and afraid of losing everything in a conservative industry, she felt trapped as a closeted lesbian. “There had never, ever been a country music artist who had … Continue reading

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