Come down to Chevalier’s Books on Larchmont Blvd this Saturday, April 27th for an entire day of festivities in celebration of the Independent Bookstore nationwide. have you been to Chevaliers? It is some of the best-curated shelves in town and The … Continue reading Making Strides
This is not in keeping with my usual content; however, I am bursting at the seams and feel the need to share. I don’t know how you feel but I can only say that I don’t think I can bear … Continue reading Today
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I have to say things have been rather busy here of late. I have just published my first book, had a great book signing of which I am most grateful, (@Chevalier’s Books) and I am about to premiere my new luxury, petite pouches with which to hide somewhere in your terribly expensive shoulder bags. I decided to add such an item to the line due to the mere fact that I love to have multiple small bags within which to add whatever I care to on any particular day, be it: an eyeliner, lipstick, loose change, keys, a Ritual Perfume … Continue reading All In a Days Work
I am happy to bring you my first book of fictional short stories! What an undertaking. For those who enjoy the snippets here on the blog, a few stories may be familiar although they have been expanded and … Continue reading The Stories Book One
The fact is, lemons began to get really expensive, upwards of six dollars a pound! My closet market sold them for three fifty each, which was simply incomprehensible. On Saturday mornings I would pose for a local artist in his home studio and would permit him to pay me in lemons, which he picked from his garden. This was an amicable exchange until the trees simply refused to continue to bear fruit. At the house on the corner of 1st and Trudie, the garden had four lemon trees amongst a couple of fig, and one avocado. One of the lemon … Continue reading 1st and Trudie