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Bio: After attending the Academy of Arts in Newark, New Jersey, and the Art Students League of New York in New York City, I had a one-woman exhibition at the Perdalma Art Gallery on 57th Street in New York City. As an Electro-Mechanical Designer, I helped design the Comsat (a communications satellite), the flight control systems for the Concord, the 747, and the DC10. I studied classical guitar with the internationally renowned classical guitarist, Rolando Valdes-Blain. However, over-practicing ruined my left hand. To strengthen my hand, I switched to the theater organ and then to the piano. Unfortunately, they didn't help me enough to allow me to resume playing the guitar. After I married Lou, he convinced me to attend William Paterson University to study writing. While there, I achieved the distinction of outstanding senior in the Humanities Honors Program. I owe my interest in writing to my father, who told the best slice of life stories at almost every dinner meal. My short story "Tunnel Vision" earned First Prize in the Emily Greenaway Creative Writing Award (1989). In 1991, my short story "Wolves" earned their Honorable Mention. My short stories have appeared in Essence Magazine, Footwork (a Paterson Literary Review), and Avanti, (an Italian-American publication). Although our two amber cats, Daily and Farkle, find my writing inconvenient (especially at meal times), I am happy that Lou is very supportive. I am also delighted that he (unlike the cats) does not walk all over my keyboard while I'm working. It could be distracting.


 

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1 Fiery Falls [A Sequel to Fiery Fields]
by Mary Carchio Anconetani
  The historical novel, Fiery Falls, is set from 1901 to 1918. Seventeen-year-old Donna wants to be an artist, but her father insists she become a concert violinist. Her dream that a young man will rescue her becomes a nightmare. (Published: 2007)

Words: 85479 - Reading Time: 244-341 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction

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2 Fiery Fields
by Mary Carchio Anconetani
  Penniless immigrant Teresa wants independence and love. Can she find them in a hostile new world? (Published: 2003)

Words: 87642 - Reading Time: 250-350 min.
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
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