Rockport High School DECA announces its new online school store.
Visit RHSDECA.com for website link to the RHS DECA program and click on link to our school store. Items available right away and can be shipped directly to you wherever you are.
Profits from the online store go to the RHS DECA program.
& keep December 8 in mind as we will be doing our third Sea Shells and Jingle Bells Holiday Inn and Home Kitchen tour.
Barbara Boudreau submits-
Hello Family, Friends and future friends,
It’s an exciting time in life. Over the past 4 years, I have been working on The Frenchman, and now suddenly, it’s done, and what a fun ride! Releasing a novel is like growing up all over again. The writing was fun, self-reflective work involving many forks in the road. Fortunately, it was not a solo journey. There were so many people that helped along the way, much like a long road trip with flat tires, good and bad weather and varying road surfaces, but now, it’s done! Hard to put it all into words, but basically, The Frenchman is a great story.
The release will be held at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center at 6 Wonson St., Gloucester, on Sunday, October 6 at 5:00 p.m., Al and I will be doing a musical literary evening with the band at the center, an evening of cocktail party/jazz music/novel reading that we would like to share with you!
In addition, it can be found (after the release, pending review) at the following locations:
The Bookstore, 61 Main St., Gloucester – (978) 281-1548
Toadhall Bookstore, 47 Main St., Rockport – (978) 546-7323
Sawyer Free Library, 2 Dale Ave., Gloucester, MA – (978) 281-9763
Rockport Public Library, 17 School Street. Rockport, MA – (978)-546-6934
Robbery, escape, rendezvous, pursuit and romance all season “The Frenchman ” as Jean LaChance, running from his criminal past, finds solace in the isolation of the bleak California desert. There, in search of the money he and his unscrupulous partner have stolen, LaChance instead finds Lilly Parsons and her children. Over four days they forge a sense of belonging for the first time in their lives, loneliness and despair begin to melt away. This bond of trust is seemingly broken when Lilly flees with the children, unaware that the money is in the trunk of her car. Now LaChance is in determined pursuit of the woman and children he has grown to love, but he is unconvinced of their motive for leaving, taking the money and sending the cops. What will he do when he finds them?
The Frenchman is now available at these sites:
Barnes and Noble/Nook press – ebook only:
Amazon.com/Kindle Publishing – ebook only:
And, for those of you who want a “real” book – people after my own heart!
Create Space/Amazon – Print on Demand
Rosalie Parisi asked me to provide info & pic for the John Orlando
Scholarship Fundraiser being held this Wednesday, Sept 18th at Jalalpenos.
I finally got around to putting up the web site
(http://johnorlandoscholarship.org/) for the scholarship, and although
it needs some more content, it does have the info on the fundraiser and
a picture of Johnny. Feel free to pull any of it for GMG.