The azaleas are blooming! (Credit: Keith Carreiro, April 2016).
A deep and heartfelt thanks to Bridgewater State University’s Teaching & Technology Center (TTC), especially to Mr. Reid Kimball, Assistant Director, and Mr. Tim Wenson, Academic Technology Specialist, for their patient help in teaching me how to use this site more effectively.
Despite all of the negatives, the most positive one is that I have been writing on a regular basis since the beginning of this year.
Regarding my book, the Penitent – Part One, I have found a mentor, Stephanie Hale, to help me through the labyrinth of self–publishing. She has provided me with her encouragement and expertise in the areas of editing and revising the original manuscript, as well as in the formatting of the cover and interior design.
Like the flowers just beginning to blossom around us here in southeastern Massachusetts, and pictured here in my blog this evening, I am beginning to see that a season of hope for the novella is slowly turning into a new spring of creative effort . . .
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