News and Events
12 D.I.Y. WAYS TO REMEMBER A LOST DOG
Kristina Lotz picked the author’s office memorial to his departed dogs Misty and Lilly as her #1 remembrance of passed furry friends. See her heart-warming article on the dog-lovers’ website by clicking here: iheartdogs.com. Thanks to Kristina for the respect shown to all contributors, including this author.
Weather Channel print reporter Annie Hauser mentions the author in her article titled, “We’re The Walking Dead”, part of Weather.com’s look back at Hurricane Katrina’s 10th anniversary. Her notes on the Livingston’s experience can be found by scrolling down a few pages into her section subtitled, “The Need to Move Forward”.
Find the article here: Katrina 10 Special Report .
The October, 2014 edition of this University of Texas Ex-Students magazine includes a brief feature of Gabriel’s Creek. The author thanks the editorial staff at Alcalde for their kind words.
See the magazine’s commentary here: Alcalde Magazine October 2014
Ginger Meurer of the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Henderson View section featured Gabriel’s Creek in their September 24, 2014 publication. Her brief review preceded a short excerpt from the novel’s first chapter. Take a look at it here: Literary Las Vegas review of Gabriel’s Creek.
Susana Shephard of the Mayo Clinic-Arizona’s Public Affairs team put together a brief story about Alan Livingston to accompany the You Tube video she shot and edited. These speak to his experience with appendiceal cancer and the Mayo Clinic. See the page for both the story and the video by clicking here: Sharing Mayo Clinic – Surviving Appendiceal Cancer.
Stick with both despite the name “Charles” in both the story and the video — it will quickly be clarified.
“HEALTHLINE” ARTICLE ON CANCER COSTS
Ann Pietrangelo took a look at the struggle cancer patients have with analyzing the cost/benefit relationship of their oncology treatment in an article for Healthline Network’s online information service. She sought help from those of us with cancer experiences, and quotes me here: Cancer Treatment Costs
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH of LAS VEGAS NEWSLETTER
Thanks to First Christian Church in Las Vegas, Nevada for their mention of Gabriel’s Creek in their May, 2014 newsletter, The Visitor. See the entire newsletter and the part about the author and his book on page 9 here: May 2014 FCC Newsletter
CLARK COUNTY LIBRARY BOOK FAIR
Over 50 local authors were available for sales and signings of their work, and the Fair featured workshops of interest to writers throughout the day.