I Moderated an Open Mic. Event at Jefferson Market Library Last Night, May 15, 2024 for HNS-NYC Members

This was a lovely and fun event, with published and work-in-progress historical novels ranging from the 408 A.D. to the 1970s. Readings went for 2 minutes each, then an open discussion. The readers were: Andrew Kas, Lisa Yarde, Helen Lundstrom Erwin, Diane Simmons, Christina Britton Conroy, Jeri Hilderley,  Kate Bahlke Hornstein, Martha Hoffman, Anne Marie …

I Am Honored to Host an Open Mic. Reading for HNS-NYC Members May 15 at the Lovely Jefferson Market Library.

Open Mic Night at the Jefferson Market Library Join us for an in-person only event on Wednesday, May 15, 6-8 pm. We’ll be in the lovely, intimate Mae West Room, Jefferson Market Library, 425 Sixth Avenue, NYC (10th Street), 3rd Floor. Back by popular demand, our two-minute readings last year of published works of historical …

A New 5/5 Star Review of The Reversible Mask. Thank you Literary Titan

  PULL QUOTE: ” Fans of espionage and historical fiction will find The Reversible Mask a mesmerizing read that holds their attention to the last page.” ← Memories Don’t Lie The Enforcer’s Tale → The Reversible Mask: An Elizabethan Spy Novel APR 1 Posted by Literary Titan Loretta Goldberg’s The Reversible Mask invites readers into the turbulent era of 16th-century Europe …

At Chester Village, Connecticut. Slide Show and Talk on my Book Research Trip to Papuaa New Guinea

The fall leaves in the featured image are a trail at Chester Village. On February 26, an attentive crowd of 60 people came to see and hear my talk, which included readings of Papua New Guinea creative writers. After the reading of Jacob Simet’s wonderful poem Transition, there wasn’t a dry eye. I am holding …

THE REVEAL!!! FINALLY TIME TO UNVEIL THE BOOK COVER OF MY NEW NOVEL.

Dear Readers, I am just back from a two-month trip to Melbourne Australia and Papua New Guinea. Five years in the researching and writing, vetting by experts, constructive critiques from my two writers’ groups and rewriting, my novel of World War II is scheduled for release this June. All thanks to MadeGlobal Publishing for putting …

TOMORROW, I SAY GOODBYE TO FAMILY, BEAUTRIFUL CONNECTICUT AND MY NEW YORK CITY PAD TO VISIT TROPICAL RABAUL FOR SITE VISIT FOR MY FORTHCOMING NOVEL.

Hi all, A family birthday party at Chester Village and a walk in our woods. First photos with my new Samsung phone, I bought the phone for my coming adventure in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea to climb the volcanoes my fictional characters climbed in 1941. And to check out other relevant sites of scenes in …