A special thanks to Alicia Kozakiewicz for sharing this photograph she took last week with us and a big thanks to Mary Buske for creating this fabulous collage to share with others. You are both amazing!
On Monday I released When the Waves Subside: There is Hope via Kindle. If you are an Amazon Prime Member, you can "borrow" the book too. A surprise release inspired by the feedback I received after sharing this story with other parents, siblings, grandparents, and families of missing children. This coming Saturday is National Missing Children's Day so I couldn't think of a better week to release it for your Kindles. In six months I plan to make it available to all e-reader formats.
Tonight: Oswego Reading Council's Annual Writing Contest Awards Ceremony at the Mexico High School's Auditorium (High School is located on Route 104)
Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Mexico Public Library's Author Night - I will be sharing briefly, along with a couple other local authors and then selling and signing books. This event is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - local Mexico High School student and newly published author Alyshia Hull will be there with her book One Thousand Miles, along with A. L. Daniels with her recent fiction release, Breaking the Silence.
Thursday: I will share with the Oswego County Retired Teachers
Friday: 10:00 a.m. I will be on Syracuse's own "Bridge Street" morning show!! Be sure to watch ~ and pray, my interview is going to be LIVE!!
Saturday: Book Signing in honor National Missing Children's Day, location and time to be announced later this week