Role Reversal: Caring for Elderly Parents

A recent family meeting at a rehab facility where my father-in-law is recouping after a fall has left me pondering our cycle of life. When we are born as helpless infants our parents care for us. We are totally dependent upon them. We … Continue reading

Summer Reading Programs

Summer reading programs have been a part of my life since I was able to sign up for my first library card at the age of six. Setting goals on how much to read, picking out books, reading every day, … Continue reading

Having Faith When Life Throws You a Curveball

Do you ever wonder how David Ortiz of the Red Sox does it? As of 2016 his career average is .286. He’s hit 541 home runs and has 1768 runs batted in. But even “Big Papi” has his bad days. … Continue reading

Praying for Confidence

  One of my favorite parts of being a writer is being able to stay home and type away behind the safety of my computer screen. That’s probably why I took so easily to online book promotion. Recently, I was asked by … Continue reading

Cheryl C. Malandrinos at WPL Author Fair Next Saturday

One of the things that is fun for an author is to get out in the community and talk to people. On Saturday, April 29 from 10 am to 12 pm, I will join seven local authors at the Wilbraham … Continue reading