On Summer Break!

Dear Readers:

Seagulls, moose, and bears! On this blog, you've probably noticed how much nature inspires and informs my approach to creating, learning, and publishing. Today's feature image is a bear cub from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. With its mother in hot pursuit, our connection was brief but one I'll always remember.

Follow Me on Twitter for the 2017 Solar Eclipse

On August 21st a total solar eclipse with cross the United States.

Live from Charleston, South Carolina, I will share the highlights on Twitter. And if you enjoy mythology, I'm scheduled to present Eclipse Mythologies at the New York Mythology Roundtable: An Official Group of the Joseph Campbell Foundation ​in November.  

Also, while in Charleston, I'm looking forward to the Original Grimke Sisters Walking Tour based on the novel The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd. The book is an amazing read and the audio version performance is excellent, too. 

Edisto shells

Last but not least, a fossil hunt party at Edisto Beach State Park to celebrate my husband's birthday.

He's a geologist but no where close to being an "old fossil." 

Solar Eclipse

I'll be tweeting the event from Charleston, SC.

​Enjoy Your Summer and See You in September!

Autumn is coming fast

"Autumn is coming fast, and that makes Nature more serious and more intimate still." -- Vincent van Gogh

Melissa A. Rosati

Melissa A. Rosati, CPCC, is a career strategist to writers, independent scholars and academics. An award-winning publisher, Melissa has acquired nonfiction titles and led editorial teams for HarperCollins, Van Nostrand Reinhold and Routledge in New York, and served as editorial director for McGraw-Hill International based in London.

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