After years in the health care field, I finally pursued my writing passion. I published my first novel, Autumn Colors, after my fiftieth birthday, followed a few years later by In Her Mother’s Shoes. I enjoy creating stories from ordinary lives, about relationships, families, friendships and other life connections.
Adirondack Center for Writing is accepting applications for the Annual Anne LaBastille Memorial Residency from April 15 – May 20, 2016. How does ACW define living in the Adirondacks? We consider the lines of the Adirondack Park to be blurred. Anyone living in the North Country region of New York state should apply under the “Adirondack Region” application. About […]read more
Writing a novel – the actual writing of the story – is the easiest part for me. But while the words flow out onto the page relatively quickly, they usually need some tweaking and polishing when the whole thing is done. The tweaking may mean developing scenes or conversations more. Or adding scenes, if the […]read more
News from Gloria Ann Waldron Hukle, Author, Troy High School Class of 1967 classmate: “April 13th I’ll be at Valley Falls Library and April 28th at Rensselaer Library- both in New York. Watch newspapers for details or visit my website. The 4th and final book of the series is expected this fall. A decade in […]read more