In your own words, please describe your book….
Riddle of We at the Heartwood Tree
A delightful, sweet book about kids on a treasure quest.
What is the genre?
What inspired you to write this book?
Originally inspired by my own commitment as a Mom, my quest to understand innate talents and different ways of being smarter together. My children, Peter, Alex and Liza inspired this series of books.
Will this book be a standalone or part of a series?
Friendly Universe collections is a series of books, games, puppets, music , posters and other products designed for caretakers of children in mind.
Where can readers find your book?
Can you tell us some about the writer behind the book?
A mom and her quest to understand innate talents add up to different way for being smarter together.
Tell us one thing about you we wouldn’t know?
My Mother Ella, a German immigrant gifted with the heart of a lion, visual will, hope and determination, became a builder when women did not do these occupations in the 40’s. When I asked her why she did this in those days of WWII, she said, “I could not send four children to college if I sold socks at Penny’s for 57 cents an hour .” My intuitive musical gifted Father Ed expressed his compassion and harmony feelings for others with his love of music. He often played his trombone solos for the Union Gospel Mission a refuge for homeless men. He said, “ I was born when the apricots were ripe and the cock crowed in the morning
What has been the best moment in your writing career?
The completion of The Riddle of WE at the Heartwood Tree.
How long does it take you to finish a novel?
A Life time of experiences germinating however not so long to put on paper.
How can readers connect with you?
What are you working on now?
Writing extra credit courses for teachers though Portland State.