The Cyber Miracles got a nod in my high school alumni newsletter today. If you’re here because you read that, welcome. I think you’d enjoy the novel, especially since several settings in the story are locations you grew up with. You can read an excerpt from the first chapter here.
     The book can be ordered via my E-store and Amazon.com (see links to the left). You can also pick up a copy at Riverow Bookshop in Owego or Divine Devotions gift shop on North Street in Endicott (run by another alumna, Lynn Rollo Coyne). Next week I will be speaking with owners of a book store in Ithaca that is interested in carrying the book.
     In June I will be a guest on the Isabel-Rose Internet blog talk radio show. Watch this space for more details on the live event.
     Ah, the perks of being a first-time novelist. I stopped by the George F. Johnson Memorial Library the other day to do research for a book I am editing for the centennial of St. Ambrose Church. When I went to the reference desk to get some microfilm, the woman closed the book she was reading to speak to me. I glanced down, saw The Cyber Miracles cover and gasped, “That’s my book you’re reading!” We had a good laugh over it.
     Speaking of the centennial book, it has been my focus for the past few weeks but should be completed in about a month. Expect more Cyber Miracles events to be scheduled soon after that.