Friday, September 22, 2017

Reference Librarian on Chuckanut Radio Hour

Last night I got to perform my song "Reference Librarian" on the Chuckanut Radio Hour.  The author/guest was the world's most famous librarian, Nancy Pearl, which is why I was included.  Great fun.  You can see it on my FB page or Village books.  It will eventually be on the radio and the web.  THank you VB for the opportunity.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

When Women Didn't Count hits VB

Did my first reading/signing for the new book yesterday.  The staff at Village Books are wonderful and the crowd was terrific.  Lots of participation and questions. And cookies based on government recipes from World War II!

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Friday, August 4, 2017

When Women Didn't Count coming to Village Books

On September 9th I will be discussing WHEN WOMEN DIDN'T COUNT at Village Books in Bellingham.  We will have some fun.  A quiz show!  Prizes!  Terri is planning to bake cookies based on official government recipes.  Yum?

Thursday, July 13, 2017

The Red Envelope at SleuthSayers

Brian Thornton is doing a  series on mystery novellas at SleuthSayers and today he interviewed Steve Liskow and me about our Black Orchid Novella Award winners.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

When Women Didn't Count: Review on Gov-Stuff 4 U

Thanks to Lori L. Smith for the kind words at Gov Stuff 4 U. 

In the book, society's (and government's) changing attitudes toward women are chronicled through statistics on marriage, motherhood, heads of households, occupations, health, crime, and military service, among other topics. The focus isn't on the statistics themselves, but on how and why they were collected as they were. It is, indeed, both fascinating and disturbing.