Midwives, please check the midwife page as I have posted about a concern with abnormal placentas following H1N1 vaccine.
I subscribe to Nathan Bransford’s blog. He’s a literary agent who blogs daily. Any of you writers might want to think of subscribing. (You might want to subscribe to my blog too). His blog yesterday was a survey on what people think about prologues. This is a hot topic for me, because I added a … More Prologues
The Santa Cruz Peace Chorale concert on Saturday was a great success for us, members of the chorale, and for the audience who also sang some of the pieces. And the strawberry shortcake was plentiful and delicious. My grand daughter Luna tells me she had three pieces. There will not be a repeat of the … More Reprise
Don’t forget the annual concert of the Santa Cruz Peace Chorale (my first as a member) this Saturday, May 15th, 7:30 pm at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church in Aptos. Strawberry shortcake to follow. Hope to see you there. There will be some beautiful songs in many languages from South Africa to Japan. Here’s the press … More Santa Cruz Peace Chorale annual concert
Mainly I want to post a few more pictures and links to some of the other participants blogs. Rilla Jaggia, who is writing a beautiful fantasy with an east Indian flavor has posted a photo narrative about the workshop which truly gives the flavor of Highlights Fantasy. Claudia Finseth’s beautiful blog has a page devoted … More More about Highlights workshop
Photos to follow, but I got home last night and am anxious to post about the Highlights Foundation Whole Novel Workshop for Fantasy outside of Honesdale, PA. Actually, it took place at Boyds Mills, the former home of the founders of Highlights for Children. I hate to gush, but I have to. Everything about it, … More Whole Novel Workshop for Fantasy