And We’re Off… Kansas City, Here We Come

On Sunday, we present¬†Unspoken Sorrow to the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services at their annual conference. This is a special conference; this year they celebrate 50 years of conferencing. As we do for each major conference, we have prepared a website for users to reference both during and after the presentation….

The Doyle Family

This week, I submitted an opinion piece to the April 26th, 2017 edition of the Monticello Times after conducting a series of interviews with the children of John Doyle, the truck driver who died in the Monticello crash on April 10, 1997. I have a deep affinity with these three young people. The link to the…

Evolution of a Book Cover

Unspoken Sorrow has a cover! It’s not the final version, but I am deeply in love with the title font, and how I now look like a bona fide author. An earlier version appears at the end of the post. There’s a lovely e.e. cummings-ness about having my name printed in all small letters. If…

Publisher Selected!

After much consideration and negotiation, I have decided to use LIfeRich Publishing, an affiliate of Reader’s Digest, as my publishing company. There are¬†many reasons for the selection, primary among them is the ability to pre-publish, an editor who is super excited about the unique topic, and the right “deal.” The goal is to publish the…