Book lovers – BIG FUN coming up in Exeter! On Saturday, April 1, the Exeter Town Hall is the scene of the free day of local authors (12-5pm). I’ll put the schedule with the times below. BUT on the eve of the LitFest is the outrageous FUNdraiser – a roaring twenties Speakeasy, complete with bootlegContinue reading “Exeter LitFest SCHEDULE!”
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Hello mask-free 2023 !
UPDATE: On Jan 9 we announced to the Exeter Select Board that we will partner with the Black Heritage Trail of NH on the proposed pocket-park, and are in their queue for a 2024 project. Happy New Year to all! And a great big thanks to all who purchased my mystery books this past holidayContinue reading “Hello mask-free 2023 !”
Books Make Nice Gifts
Get ahead of your holiday shopping, by picking up a book or two online at Amazon, or just heading off to Water Street Bookstore or Trends Gift Gallery in Exeter. Thanks!
New Book Launch!
“Yuletide at Exeter” is coming just in time for holiday shopping. Get in the holiday spirit with your favorite local sleuth, Maryvonne, as she goes on the hunt for a pickpocket and stalker during a very busy and festive weekend in Exeter. Eggnog anyone? Here is a preview of my early book promo tour. HopeContinue reading “New Book Launch!”
I encourage you to “go local” this month; by learning the history of Blacks in your own town. If you live in Exeter, why not introduce yourself to the poems of James Monroe Whitfield, who was born on Whitfield’s Lane, now renamed Elliot Street? Did you know that this April is the 200th birthday ofContinue reading “Homecoming”
It is wonderful to be able to gather in person with family again. (I am very grateful that the vaccines enabled this.) Our Thanksgiving meal was very heartwarming indeed, and I look forward to the look on my little grandson’s face in the crowd when he sees the town square light up tomorrow at 5pm.Continue reading “Heartwarming Holiday”
The Wheel of the Year is turning into darkness. Time to begin the hunkering down. But first, we give thanks for the harvest. Can you smell the turkey and fixings? Have you given thought to what you are thankful for yet? I am thankful for so, so, many things – including this guy above, whomContinue reading “Giving Thanks”
I recently hosted a guided walk and book reading at dusk at Exeter Cemetery, where I set some spines a’tingling alongside the crypt. I had rolled out some “fake” blood and everything. It was super fun! I do so love Halloween. You can sample the Exeter flavors of Halloween on your own when you readContinue reading “Happy Halloween”
It’s July in Exeter, NH, and that means the annual American Independence Festival is about to begin. Due to Covid, this year it is on three weekends instead of the usual packed crowds jammed into one weekend. This year they are adding in more about the soldiers of African descent. Nice! This spring, I hadContinue reading “Summer Gifts”
Juneteenth 2021 at the “park”
There was an art installation…one day only. Experience it here: Listen to a public discussion (from Feb 2021) about the pocket-park proposal: