Writing

UPDATED: 05/02/2020

Here is where you can check out

some of my published work:

 

To read about my historical fiction novel, The Tears of Yesteryear, click here

My collection of short stories:

Full Circle: Tales of Travel and Self-Discovery from Around the World

“She had traveled around the world to find a home, and it took a full circling of the globe to realize that she always had one.” Traveling from the quintessential Parisian cafe to a tango club in Buenos Aires where tourists are typically persona non grata, through the maddening situation of feeling “lost in everything” on the streets of Seoul, the stories in this collection all touch on one trait that many of us share when we travel — self-discovery. No matter the country, culture, or language, self-discovery is what all of the characters in these stories experience, but more importantly, they develop realizations about themselves they never would have were it not for travel.

Available on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble

Travel Blogs:

Guest Posts

“Best Things to Do Pittsburgh”-Suitcase Stories

“Tips for Volunteering Abroad”– A Dangerous Business

“Ignore the media, look beyond the headlines and fall in love with Mexico”-Curiosity Travels

“The Perfect Pittsburgh Foodie Weekend”-Allied Business Network

“Five Books You’ve Probably Never Heard Of But Will Inspire You To Travel”-Allied Business Network

“Why Peru’s Sacred Valley Shouldn’t be Overlooked During Your South American Travels”-Allied Business Network

“Quebec City at Christmas: 5 Reasons to Visit Quebec in December”-Alajode

“5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Gallipoli, Turkey”-Chasing the Donkey

“A Foodie’s Guide to the Steel City”-Budget Your Trip

“Things to Eat in Copenhagen: Cheap Eats, Popular Restaurants, and More”-A Passion and a Passport

Contributing Posts

“Travel Books for Kids-Books to inspire kids with wanderlust” (Linnea in Monet’s Garden)-The Traveling Twins

“Best Places to Visit in Germany in Winter” (Berlin)-To Someplace New

“18 Non-Touristy Things to do in Paris” (World War II History at the Vel d’Hiv Monument)-The Portable Wife

“Best Places to Visit in March in Europe” (Montpellier)-Postcards from Ivi

“Books to Inspire Travel Across Five Continents” (A Tuscan Childhood)Tips 4 Trips

“26 Amazing Museums You Need to Visit in the United States” (Lower East Side Tenement Museum)-Everywhere Forward

Interviews:

Blogger Spotlight: Meet Julie from The Red Headed Traveler on Ashley Abroad

Editorial:

Article in Pennsylvania Libraries: Research and Practice

“The Deluge of the MLIS Degree”

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