ANNIE OAKLEY SPEAKS, A Novel (in progress)
Annie Oakley was the first American superstar, the famed "Little Sure Shot" of Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Everyone thinks they know her: she's a rough-talking, hard-living cowgirl, isn't she? In my second novel, Annie tells her own story, thrilling readers with the truths about her life and her thorny relationship with her employer, Colonel William F. Cody, the eponymous Buffalo Bill.
LUCKY FOR YOU, A Novel (in progress)
In my third novel, Kerry Kerwin longs for a baby despite her infertility, and Reverend Liz Benedetto (from my first novel) yearns for a fresh start after beating cancer. When Kerry becomes the "accidental mother" of two children enrolled at St. Hilda's Episcopal School in Maryland, which Liz now heads, a friendship ensues. But will Kerry's drive to be parent survive all the troubles she's facing? Will Liz decide she was right to leave the pastoral life of an Episcopal priest to solve the problems of young students?
Contributor to "Classical Singer" Magazine & "Opera News"
I have written many cover and inside stories for "Classical Singer" including my November 2011 profile of baritone Robert Orth. I have written two articles for "Opera News" including my October 2009 profile of American soprano, Marquita Lister, which appeared in ON's "Diva issue."
Contributor to "The Huffington Post"
I frequently write profiles of leading opera singers, theater and opera directors, authors, and other notables for Huffingtonpost.com. My goal for 2012 is to add actors to the mix--and maybe the occasional Broadway review.