Comings and Goings

What a wild October it’s been so far! My house has been on the market for nearly a year, and it finally sold – with less than 2 weeks to pack everything up and move out! I am so grateful to the friends and family members who have rallied behind me to help pack everything up, move it out, and offered soft places to land while we wait to get into our new place.

Suffice it to say, last weekend looked a lot like this:

Gif of Ross Geller from Friends moving a couch up the steps and shouting, "Pivot!"

 

Writing

I just finished up the fourth and last book in the Chronicles of Cavallon series (publishing in German as Clans von Cavallon under the pen name Kim Forester). Working on this series has been a wonderful experience, and I will miss my centaur, unicorn, pegasus, and kelpie friends. The first two books are out now.

 

 

Critique Services Now Available

“You use too many exclamation points, human.”

I’ve also decided to hang up my shingle to offer query letter, synopsis, and manuscript critiques. Check out my critiques page for more information and rates.

 

Upcoming Programs

The Great ASL Mystery

  • Cascades Library (Potomac Falls, VA): Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 4 PMphoto photo of Kathy MacMillan in an overcoat and fedora, holding a magnifying glass
  • Rust Library (Leesburg, VA): Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 4 PM
  • Purcellville Library (Purcellville, VA): Saturday, November 9 at 3 PM
  • Gum Spring Library (Stone Ridge, VA): Wednesday, November 13 at 4 PM
  • Ashburn Library (Ashburn, VA): Tuesday, November 26 at 4 PM

Where did American Sign Language come from? Flex your fingers and join in the hunt for clues as sign language detective Kathy MacMillan leads silly stories, songs, and more. Kathy is the author of Nita’s First Signs and Little Hands and Big Hands: Children and Adults Signing Together. More info at https://library.loudoun.gov

 

The SIGN-a-Long Sing-a-long

  • George Mason Regional Library (Annandale, VA): Saturday, November 2 at 10:30 AMPhoto of Kathy MacMillan with musical notes coming out of ehr hands

Teach your fingers how to sing as we explore American Sign Language through music and stories! Bring the whole family for the hands-on fun as signing (and singing) storyteller Kathy MacMillan, author of Nita’s First Signs and Little Hands and Big Hands: Children and Adults Signing Together teaches you to sign some of your favorite songs.

 

 

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