About Me

I grew up in Kansas, one of six children.  After college, I pursued my library career in Ohio, Maryland, Australia and Texas.  From children’s librarian to reference librarian to library director, I loved it.  Now I’m enjoying retirement and having time to write and also pursue photography.  I’ve started combining the two interests by self-publishing books on Blurb.com.  Having lots of fun!

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9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Yvonne Zipp December 3, 2008 / 11:04 pm

    Interview request: Hi, I’m a freelance reporter working on an article about how parents can create a memorable holiday, even in tough times, with homemade Christmases. The article is for The Christian Science Monitor newspaper (csmonitor.com). I saw your write-up of how to recreate a Little House on the Prairie Christmas, thought it was a terrific idea, and hoped I could talk with you further. I can be contacted at the above e-mail. Thanks very much for your time.

  2. Gail L. martin December 21, 2008 / 10:53 pm

    This sounds really great.

  3. Luke August 31, 2009 / 12:52 am

    Hi

    just got your comment on my book on blurb. i think because i literally just uploaded it on friday, the preview isn’t yet available. i had set it up to have preview mode.

    will let you know when that functionality is in place. sounds like we have a lot in common – i too am a trained librarian now COO of a museum in Los Angeles and thank god am finally finished with the second blurb book – whew. now on to other projects.
    give me a shout via email… Luke

  4. Larry September 26, 2009 / 2:41 pm

    I recently sold my dance business in Portland, OR and moved to Albuquerque, NM to be with be with my fiance’. Leaving my family and friends, I am truly starting over and am looking for some guidance in the online business with eHow and Amazon. I noticed you are are quite familiar with both.

    May I share some thoughts, ideas, and questions with you regarding connecting with my national dance community through online sales on eHow and Amazon?

    If you would, view my website at http://www.swingmeout.com.

    Blessings,
    Larry Peacock

  5. Deborah Vogts October 11, 2009 / 9:54 pm

    Hi Virginia, Thanks for pointint me to your mom’s book. I will try to get that. Would be a nice addition to my research books on the Flint Hills. Hope the book signing in El Dorado went well! Blessings to you both.

  6. Brian Smith October 21, 2009 / 10:55 pm

    Virginia,

    I read your eHow article on selling antique diaries and was wondering something. Where would be the best place to FIND a victorian diary from maybe 1860-1899 that would be blank? I am creating a character for a Victorian Magic show and am building a life that can be shared through storytelling and photos and a diary.

    However, I am having trouble finding a nice diary from that period that is blank and could be used to complete myself using sources from different sources.

    Thanks for any help!!

    Brian

  7. floridaphotoland July 5, 2010 / 11:29 am

    Hi Virginia,
    I am new to wordpress and just found your blog, looks like a good read to me so far!
    It looks like you have some good information here, and have “pushed” out into the webs in different directions (lens,blurb,zazzle,etc).
    Greg
    ps – i hope the checkbox below subscribes me to your blog!

  8. Janet Sanford December 1, 2011 / 11:33 pm

    Hi, Ginger,
    This is really nice. I love how wired librarians use all this fabulous technology we have available to us. Really stylish page. Cheers!

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