Note: We've had so much fun with serialized stories that I'm trying my hand at one again! Here's the next … [Read more...] about Cara Mia Delgatto and the Bye-Bye Birdie, Part 7
Note: Cindy is the first reviewer to notice that Kiki, too, is prejudiced. By the end of Photo, Snap, Shot, she must question her own assumptions about other peopleI admit that I completely lack the Martha Stewart gene. My one attempt at a DIY design project resulted in six - that's six - pieces of my furniture becoming "'marbelized" in paint. I come by it honestly, though, as ten years of my childhood photographs reside in shoeboxes at my … [Read more...] about Aloha! A Review of PHOTO, SNAP, SHOT by Cindy Chow
Looking for a fun and different idea for your crop group? Why not hold a dinner mystery theatre event? I've written a play you can put on with only six actors and very few props. It makes a great "frame" for a crop. The cost is only $30, which makes it perfect for a fundraising event. You can use the script as many times as you want for that one fee.The script, instructions, a "Whodunnit Form" and a form for ordering books is available at … [Read more...] about "A Crop to Die For"
You remember this song, right? I'm not trying to be disrespectful to anyone's religion, but I think this song title could well be adapted to our work as promoters of our books.I think it's my job to tell anyone and everyone who meanders across my path about my books, because you never know when you are going to meet a new (potential) fan.Let me give you a few examples:1. I was talking with the account rep at National City Bank about transferring … [Read more...] about Go Tell It on the Mountain