Join the Blog Tour for The New York Saga Starting September 15th
The New York Saga is a trilogy which tells the stories of three generations of an Irish-Italian family in New York from the 1890s to the 1960s. The first book in the series From Here to Fourteenth Street takes place in the 1890s. Irish cop Tom McGlory meets Italian...
The Singing Lady—My First Experience with “Audiobooks”
Like millions of children before me, I was enchanted by The Singing Lady and her stories, but most of all, I loved her voices. At the time, I never thought that I could or would tell stories with voices, but apparently, a seed was planted.
The Radio Reader—Starting Each Day in College Listening to 30 Minutes of an “Audiobook”
I studied music as an undergraduate at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. I’m fond of telling people that when I graduated from high school, even though most kids received a typewriter for a high school graduation gift, my Dad gave me a radio. I had to borrow a...
Unbedtime Stories—My Own Foray into Radio Storytelling
I never started out to be like Dick Estell or Ireene Wicker, but in fact, the Unbedtime Stories segment of my radio show Dancin’ in the Fast Lane with Ann Arbor premiered along with the show in April of 1993. My radio show was, and still is a music show on KFJC 89.7...