Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Wee Three Hits the Road

January 25 is my birthday so it is only fitting that my very first reading is done the very next day on January 26th. It is at the Berlin Library and will be for ages 4to 6.

I am of course a little nervous after all I am taking my grandmothers, mothers and my childhood memories written in verse on the road.
I am excited yet as you all can imagine am also suffering from a bit of stage fright. I must remember another lesson my mother taught me.

Always focus on others, remember to make eye contact and bring each person into the process. Interact with both the children and their parents and make the day a fun and happy place for all.

I am overjoyed to be sharing Wee Three, it has been a long time coming and I hope to continue the tradition of connecting across the ages. Wee Three is a book that can be enjoyed by all ages. It can be read to the young by grandparents and parents. Or an adult can read it for the pure enjoyment of reliving your own innocence, youthful dreams and childhood joys and lessons learned.

In it's pages one can always find something that will make you remember a bit of your childhood, a wonderful memory that you had with your own children or parents.

So I hope you will all wish me luck.

Thursday, January 6, 2011


After many calls and more voice messages left, yesterday I finally set up my first two events. I have a reading at the Senior Center in Clinton MA and a reading set for the Berlin, MA library. My first event so far is the day after my birthday and I am excited. Hopefully there will be a large turn out. But even a small one to get my feet wet and begin getting Wee Three out there is a blessing.

With luck I will have a full calender soon. Am I afraid of speaking in public? I guess in some ways it is something we all fight. Yet I am looking forward to the challenge and the chance.