March 2, 2018 · 7:57 pm
To read the stories I discussed in the video, click here.
Julie Royce who was mentioned in the video has a book available based on the true story of Magdelaine La Framboise, called Ardent Spirit. Click here.
August 11, 2015 · 9:12 pm
My quote is from Albert Rothman’s memoir, A Brooklyn Odyssey, Travails and Joys of a Boy’s Early Life. It’s the last verse of his poem, “Elevated Train.”
“I stand on a see-saw
straddling the balance point
hard to move forward
fearful I will drop
if I move past the middle.”
How many of us feel like we are balancing in the middle instead of moving forward?
The rules for the 3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge:
- Thank the blogger, who nominated you.
- Post one of your favorite quotes (different quote on each day) on three consecutive days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own. Don’t forget to acknowledge the source.
- Nominate three bloggers to challenge them using their blog links.
Julie Royce’s story, Headed North on a Southern Highway will be published in the Times They Were A-Changing Anthology available in August. The anthology theme is Women remember the 60’s and 70’s.
Editor Kate Farrel prefaced Royce’s blog post with: Julie Royce is the winner of Prose Second Honorable Mention. Julie discusses the courage it took for her to write and then submit her personal story.
Check out author, Julie Royce’s blog: Julie’s Write Place:
She humorously reports her CreateSpace publishing experience with her novel, PILZ
November 11, 2012 · 7:33 pm
Julie Royce reading The Miracle Under the Christmas Tree while waiting for the authors to talk about their stories.
November 11, 2012 · 7:26 pm
November 11, 2012 · 7:23 pm
A Miracle Under the Christmas Tree, Harlequin’s 2012 anthology has my story, “Enough Time for Christmas” in it.
Jennifer Basye Sander, the editor/author gathered the contributors to celebrate at The Works Book Store. Jordan Bernal, The Keepers of Eire, and Julie Royce, Pilz, joined me in the two and a half hour drive there and back. The book signing kept my pen busy, and we enjoyed meeting the other writers whose stories were in the anthology. Most of us read excerpts of our writings with the aroma of fresh coffee, lattes, and teas that filled the room.
Thank you to Jennifer for creating the anthology and for our celebration. Thank you to Jordan and Julie for great company.