Nancy's Latest Interactions
Posted on: Oct 16, 2018 at 1:51 PM
Excited to announce that my fourth mystery novel, and the third in my Trust Trilogy will be released October 27 and is available for order now. You can read an excerpt about Vanished: A Trust Mystery on my website, hughescribe.com. Ever grateful for the great education this "lifer" got in the Mt. Lebanon school district, K through 12. Hope to see you if traveling in south central PA's Berks County.
Hey, Bob. I remember our first day back at Markham's sixth grade when our teacher brought us up to date that Robert was now Bob. I still have the Christmas ornament that Miss Obercrombie made for all of us. Wonder how many others do too. Happy Birthday!
I remember Jeff fondly as one of those friendly, happy guys who always had a smile for everyone. And I also remember his dad, who was an excellent teacher who loved kids. I can't think of one without the other. My condolences to his entire family.
Posted on: Jun 29, 2018 at 9:54 AM
Dave, great hearing from a "local!" Sinking Spring is 8 miles west of Reading, but I've been to the Lehigh Valley Mall many times. I'm hoping to wheedle my way into a "local authors event" at Barnes & Noble--it's a stretch--but worth a preliminary call on them. Perhaps we could coordinate something? My protagonist in The Dying Hour is a veteran in a VA hospital. Thank YOU for your service.
Nancy -- I just rediscovered Kirk Borland last week and got him to sign up on our Lebo '63 website. You should look at his profile and send him a message. I remember you two being a little "sweet on each other," no?
Posted on: Jun 20, 2018 at 9:57 AM
Happy Birthday Lee. And have a great year. Nancy
Happy birthday, Ruth! Remembering all those "conference canasta" games we played with our sisters in the summer, and their never figuring out how we always won. Have a great year!
Happy birthday! I vividly remember a birthday party--grade school--and your brother showing us his trains. And your mom feeding us a lovely picnic lunch, cake, and all the trimmings. A happy memory of my childhood. XO Nancy