Podcast 13 – Ideas to Help Foster Creativity During This Crisis

It’s difficult to feel happy during a crisis when there is so much heartbreak happening on the front lines of this coronavirus pandemic. I know I’m feeling a little depressed by the situation and can only watch bits of news each day in order to carry on with the things I have to accomplish for… Read More Podcast 13 – Ideas to Help Foster Creativity During This Crisis

What I’ve Learned So Far as a Professor During the Coronavirus Pandemic

I’m guessing this particular post is going to be an ongoing work in progress with additions made to it regularly. You see, we are all learning, students and faculty. The decision to move online took only a matter of days once we knew the severity of the coronavirus outbreak and what its potential could be… Read More What I’ve Learned So Far as a Professor During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Coping With Your First Child Heading Off To College: A Mother’s Lament

*** This concept of a child going away to study at a university shouldn’t really phase me at all, right? I’m a college professor. I have been for years now. I’m the one smiling at other parents during Open Houses as I say all the right things to them about how their student will love… Read More Coping With Your First Child Heading Off To College: A Mother’s Lament

Unveiling the Cover of My Newest Book! The Postcard and Other Short Stories & Poetry

This is getting exciting! After years in the making, within hours, my latest work of fiction and poetry entitled The Postcard and Other Short Stories & Poetry will be available via Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Today, I’m unveiling and telling the story of the cover. But first I have to say…I love this part… Read More Unveiling the Cover of My Newest Book! The Postcard and Other Short Stories & Poetry