So, I blinked and suddenly it’s June. It’s been a great spring, highlighted by a wonderful trip in March to Rome, to Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast
and then on to Tuscany where we stayed at Poggio Etrusco, a beautiful bed and breakfast (with full kitchen and drop-dead gorgeous grounds) located near Montepulciano.
Okay, so the owner Pamela Sheldon-Johns, a renowned chef and author of over a dozen cookbooks, is my cousin–you don’t need to take my word for what a great place this is. She was rated by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top ten culinary guides in Europe. We had a fabulous time sampling the food, vino, cappuchino, and gelato in half a dozen cities. Oh, and we did some sight-seeing as well.
In other good news, I sold my story “Side Effects” to Realms of Fantasy and hope to have a new crop of stories available in ebook format soon. Look to Laurel Fork Press for upcoming titles.