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It’s convenient and provides instant gratification. If it’s one in the morning and I want something to read, all I have to do is click “buy.” But I also love to read a print book.When I’m not writing contemporary romances and dark, romantic suspense novels (or reading them!Some are running, some are closed, and some are upcoming!In March, I opened a funk musical that I scored in socal.And to the entire creative team (Gio, our director, Ramiz and Raffi, our actors, Tom, Lap, and Denitsa, the visual designers, and Maggie, our stage manager)!
I just wish I had more time to kick back and read it! I want to be immediately pulled into a story and so intrigued that I can’t put it down. Otherwise I’ll donate the books to the library or give them to friends to read.
— In March, I designed and scored the world premiere of ‘Going to a Place Where You Already Are’ at South Coast Repertory.
Bekah Brunstetter’s play about two death and heaven was a challenge for me, but I’m very happy with the result — In April, I produced a workshop of two new plays by Tira Palmquist, Smoke Front and Fire Road, which were presented telematically, in real-time, over the Internet — In May, I co-produced a six-channel sound-art installation, which featured a concert series and a symposium on multichannel sound.
Plus I get to use my favorite bookmark—a caterpillar my middle son made for me when he was in kindergarten. (don't worry—Librarian Judith won't hold it against you—much) Bookmark. If I do reread a book, it’s probably been a couple of years since I’d last read it. Between my family and career, I don’t have the opportunity to read like I used to, so I’ve become quite picky.
There’s something about turning the pages and holding it in my hand.
Five will be of Pick Me, a contemporary romance; and a gnome will come with the five copies of Shadow of Danger, book one of the suspense series. I realized my passion, and had found a career that I love.