Name Calling

On Easter Sunday Father Ben Thomas’ sermon at Saint Gregory’s Episcopal Church further enriched the Gospel passage (John 20) that pulls me deeper into it each time I read or hear it.

“Behind the Scenes of the Novel.”

On April 14, 2021 I’ll be taking part in a Women’s National Book Association panel to explore what goes on “Behind the Scenes of the Novel.” I’ll be appearing with three remarkable women: Carol White, playwright, photographer, workshop facilitator and author of five novels (a true Renaissance woman!); Penelope Love, publisher and author of the …

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I Loved Wake Up In Love

Any woman, any person, who has felt estranged from her body or soul…any woman who has found herself entangled in ill-suited behaviors or relationships…any woman who wants to feel free and alive in the world…will be inspired and encouraged by Penelope Love’s Wake Up in Love. From her early days as a brilliant but abused …

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Stars in Their Infancy

My newest novel, Stars in Their Infancy, will be released mid-2021 by Penmore Press. Stay tuned!

National Book Association and Pen Women, April 14, 2021

I will be a featured presenter at the joint session of the South Florida Women’s National Book Association and the National League of American Pen Women. The event will be hosted on Zoom at 6:30 pm, April 24, 2021, at the Delray Beach Public Library. Details to follow.

Landscape, people of central Pennsylvania inspire new novel

Those who live in the Allegheny Mountains may take the landscape for granted. Marleen Pasch says, “Don’t.”

Pasch, celebrating her second published novel “At the End of the Storm,” lived in Hollidaysburg in the early 1980s: fostering a career in corporate communications, building friendships, dancing to disco hits and “trying to golf” (as she said).

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Welcome!

Welcome readers, friends on a journey. I hope you’re enjoying At the End of the Storm. If you want to know a little about me—before or after reading Storm—here’s a good place to start. A Day in the Life of a Stay-at-Home Writer Five a.m. walk. (Yes, five!) Moonlit meditation. “Be still and know that …

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