If you'll be in San Diego for the CATE Convention next weekend, stop by Booth 300 and say hello. I'll be sharing the table with 916 Ink, an exciting program that turns student writers into published authors. Hamilton High books will be on sale for $5.00 each. But wait! There's more! If you're interested in transitioning from mostly teaching/a little writing to mostly writing/a little teaching, check out my Session C presentation.
I'm so happy to see that I can actually get your comments on this blog, and that you can buy books from the BOOKSTORE page. As I'm sure you've guessed, this is still a work in progress. But the basics are here. We can communicate and books are available.
Last weekend friends helped me celebrate the publication of my latest book, Over Seventy and I Don't Mean MPH. It was great fun!
If you're a fan of the "Hamilton High" series and perhaps not interested in reading about an "over seventier," you may want to get this book for your gramma on her next birthday. Although . . . if you end up needing to do a favorite author report, there's lots of good material in Over 70 . . . even if I do say so myself.
Finally, an interactive blog!
Let me know what you're reading, what writing projects you're working on, what you're thinking. I'll do the same for you. Right now I'm reading Memories, Dreams, Reflections, by C. G. Jung, and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. More about what I'm writing/thinking next time.