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Barbara Schrefer Published in Literary Review

Barbara Schrefer’s stunning short story, “The Sea Change,” is included in the summer edition of The Literary Review, published quarterly by Fairleigh Dickinson University. In essence, it is a story of how persons being relocated to another country and culture can change their relationships – of how easily we revert to the selves of our… (read more)

Kyle Pierson’s “Poetry Spots” Project

Last month, Kyle Pierson completed a project she calls “Poetry Spots.”  Kyle started the project with a grant from the SPC Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. It incorporates poetry into the Natural Habitat Trail on the SPC Seminole Campus. The trail is a 200-yard tract that provides access to an undeveloped slice of… (read more)

Carol Perry’s Barnes & Noble Promo Great Success

A Kensington and Barnes & Noble end cap display of 30 cozy mysteries ran nationally (633stores) during the month of Sept. When author Carol Perry visited one store, she found her cozy mystery Murder Go Round  there, but not Grave Errors. Disappointed, she asked where Grave Errors was. “Sold out” the lady said. Carol reports… (read more)

Anne Younger Scores Editing Job

Our president, Anne Younger was recently hired as the copy-editor of Rothstein Publishing, a business consulting and publishing company. She brings her decade of editorial experience to their global team of professionals who produce high quality books for business, and who specialize in disaster recovery and security.   Anne learned about the job through a… (read more)

Carol Perry’s Book Signing Success

Carol J. Perry’s recent book signing at the Tyrone Barnes and Noble was a success! Carol and fellow Kensington cozy writer Cheryl Hollon shared a table laden with their books and attractive signage. Although Carol had feared “sitting there all alone like a tree full of owls,” it was nothing like that. A steady stream… (read more)