March 20, 2009
On a visit to Seattle, my sister-in-law hosted a surprise
book-signing of friends and relatives she’d recommended my book to.
Sherryle, Connie, Judy, Debbie, Irene, Delores
Sirena, Kelly, Me, Rita
and my youngest fan.
Thank you, Delores!
And thanks to everyone who came.
Hostess: Kay Hartsel
Mickey, Toni, Carol, Elizabeth, Karen, Kay
Lil, Ann, Nancy, Dawn
June 11, 2009
Hostess: Sue Wagner
Back: Sue, Elaine, Su
Front: Gay, Barb, Loraine
Barnes & Noble, Cincinnati, OH
October 10, 2009
Sharon signed Deception and Redemption
I signed Dreams for Stones and Persistence of Dreams
November 7, 2009
Federal Way, WA
Sirena, Delores, Me, Rita, Erica, Morgan Debbie and Rita Me, Mary Ann and Irene
Me with: Angie Delores Sirena
A very special thank you to my sister-in-law Delores for promoting the event!!
One of the ways I come up with ideas for my stories is to combine writing with another creative endeavor. Lately that’s been quilting.
Here’s the quilt that accompanied the writing of Dreams for Stones. It’s a Thousand Pyramid Pattern:
I began a second quilt while I was writing the sequel, Persistence of Dreams. It, too, is a Thousand Pyramid design, and yet the resulting quilt is very different.
Which is rather like story-telling. The elements from story to story may be the same (character facing a crisis) but the colors, textures, and design render each story and each quilt unique.
As I worked on Absence of Grace, I once again started a quilt.
The novel features new characters and a different setting than my “dream” novels, and thus it’s appropriate that I am using a different quilt pattern: a type of “string” quilt.
Rebecca Berto’s Blog, August 29, 2013
The following article appeared in the August 2010 issue of
ROMANCE WRITERS’ REPORT
Published by Romance Writers of America
A written interview by Eldon Sarte appeared on
Wordpreneur August 16, 2013