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We had a great year in 2012 and are passing on our thanks with special low pricing on all books at my website!

Also, visit to see what we’ve been doing with some other talented authors.

We have four events in the next five weeks! Email me at to find out about these four and more!


PS Check out to find out what else we’ve been doing. And to read about some Great New Authors we have published!
…and two more that will be published by Christmas. (My books and their books will make great presents)

We’re looking forward to returning to two events in October 2012, that we have participated in before.
eMail me at to find out more about these and other events planned for the remainder of 2012.

Check out to find out what else we’ve been doing.
And to read about some Great New Authors we have had the pleasure to publish!

I know I’ve been quiet for a while, but much has been going on.

I have been working with some authors through A Snowy Day Distribution & Publishing, so be sure to visit to see some other books Sal & I have been publishing!

However, some of my “works in progress” are still progressing well, so keep checking in for notice of new books on the horizon. 🙂

Email for dates and locations of these two events scheduled for May 2012!

I’m back and preparing for a new season of events which will include many of our favorite venues. Cape Cod and Yellow Umbrella Books is on the list as well as some new stops near and far from home!

Our sincere thanks for continuing to make each year better than all previous years in many ways! Bok sales continue to be great and eBook sales continue to grow! All seven of my books are available in print as well as on Kindle and Nook!

Keep coming back. I promise to post news regularly. K

On November 18th, Sal and I were guests at the Bedford Women’s Club, Bedford, NH. We spoke to around seventy-five members about our novels and about A Snowy Day Distribution & Publishing. We had a wonderful time and I believe our visit was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

The Bedford Women’s Club was founded in 1905 as the Child Study Circle and has since served in the interest of community charities. In the early 1940s a scholarship committee was initiated and in 1949 the name was changed to the Bedford Women’s Club (BWC).

Today they enjoy a long history of many delightful women offering their time, talents, and energy toward the continuation of the organization and to benefit the Bedford, NH community.  

Here is a picture, left to right, of Terry, me, Sal & Jackie.

Here are a couple of additional pictures of all the bodacious BWC members.

Our sincere thanks to the Bedford Women’s Club for having us, and especially to Terry and Jackie for asking us to participate and making us feel at home!

For more information about the Bedford Women’s Club visit:

Our four year old god-daughter, Beth, had her first chemo treatment and is doing well. Radiation will begin Monday. Keep her in your thoughts and prayers.

We had an incredible event on Saturday, November 6,2010, at St Elizabeth Seton Church, Bedford, NH! Our thanks to all new and old friends who made this so successful!

This coming Friday, November 12th, at 7:00 PM, we have an encore event at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Manchester, NH.

Then, on Saturday November 13th we’ll be at the 29 Annual Holiday Fair at The Thornton’s Ferry School, in Merrimack, NH.

I now have the entire November schedule on the Event Link at my website. Five events in Fifteen days.
Including guest speaker at the Bedford Women’s Club!

This past  Saturday, July 24, 2010 we had an incredible event at The Toadstool Bookshops in Milford, NH! We always do, thanks to all of our GREAT, loyal readers who come out in support of these events!

Here is a picture of a couple of them; Carletta and Jeff with me and Sal.

Carletta and Jeff, we truly appreciate you and all of our readers who come out to our community book stores! These are truly great places and we need to keep them open.

Our sincere appreciation to all of you newcomers to the LaRosa Chronicles! You help us keep growing!

And I can’t forget to thank Regina, Brian, Tammy, Jan, and all the wonderful folks at The Toadstool Bookshops in Milford, NH!

Next Saturday, July 31, 2010 we will be at the Toadstool in Peterborough, NH. And the following Saturday we will be at the Toadstool in Keene, NH. I’m looking forward to seeing many old friends and meeting many new friends during these next two weeks, which includes a visit to BAE Systems this Wednesday. I hope I see you!

Next post I’m going to put up a picture of our daughter-in-law, Trish’s Birthday Party!

Where do I start?

Last week was filled with excitement, expectation, anticipation,  challenge and reward.

Sal put in for early retirement a month ago and a week ago on  Monday was formally informed his request was accepted and that Friday, April 23rd could be his last day. The rest of his week was filled with planning, studying, questioning, deciding, discussing. So was mine! For you see, I was planning a surprise party for this past weekend.

Did I tell you that Thursday was his birthday? Yes. Thursday was his birthday and Friday he retired! Did you key in on the word “surprise”? Me and a group of co-conspirators needed to contact and co-ordinate a covert operation to arrange a party for this past Sunday, without Sal finding out. A special thanks to our dear friend Don, for making most of the work contacts.

Somehow we made it to his actual birthday without much suspicion. I told him that our four children and their families wanted to get together for cake and ice-cream Saturday afternoon.

Sal was in his home office Saturday, an hour or so before anyone was supposed to arrive.  I went in, pulled the blinds closed, shut the doors and told him that his children and grandchildren had a really special surprise for him and that he could not peek. I then left Sal and Ralph behind closed doors.

Later, as family and friends were arriving and setting up the party, Sal could be heard shouting: “Help! I’m trapped in my office with an angry cat!” Ralph does not like to be confined. Anywhere! Even in a 12’x20′ office with his “master.” (I’m uncertain which is the master)

Well, we did it. Eventually, I opened the door and asked him to come upstairs. He did. He had no idea what was going on. He had thought his children were “building something.” (Last Mother’s Day they build a foot bridge for me to put across a small stream on our property)

The people kept coming and Sal kept being surprised all afternoon, at the personal and work friends from over the years, and new friends, and neighbors, etc. kept arriving.

It was an incredible day! Happy Birthday! Happy Retirement!
…Happy rest-of-our-life! (More to come-including pictures)