My book The Shifting Winds made the winter edition of the Oregon Stater, alumni magazine for Oregon State University graduates. That’s the magazine cover at right with the leaping OSU beaver.
They didn’t do book cover photos for the article, the way they did for A Place of Her Own a couple of years ago, or the way the U of O’s Oregon Quarterly alum magazine did for both books.
I’m one of those platypus people. I earned a bachelor’s degree from OSU and a master’s from the U of O, so I receive both alum magazines and have been recognized in both.
In this edition I’m included in a story, “Published,” on page 55 among other Oregon State graduates whose books were recently released.
Also on the list is my friend Dianne Kaye Carter from my Roseburg writers group with her new novel, Misled. Congratulations, Dianne!
And there, folks, you have ideas for that last-minute shopping trip for Christmas.
Wishing all my followers Happy Holidays and a wonderful new year. May we find peace and prosperity and hope.
Hi Janet, Thanks for mentioning me. I got my Stater yesterday and hadn’t even noticed. Happy Holidays! Dianne
Happy Holidays to you, Dianne. I probably wouldn’t have noticed the article either except that two years ago when A Place of Her Own came out they had pictures, and the picture jumped out at me. OSU had me in the winter issue, so I searched the winter issue this time. The U of O had the stories in the fall issues and offered me my first surprise. Fun!