An Author and a Newportonian
Living on an island full of history, old manor houses, and grand tulip trees, is such a fortunate backdrop for a writer. A Rhode Island native, I love being out on the ocean, spending afternoons at the public library, getting lost exploring nature trails, and being a world class beach bum.
On Visiting Newport
While the Cliff Walk and mansions are certainly (and deservedly so!) going to garner the majority of the attention, don’t overlook a stop at Rovensky Park (fittingly located on the corner of Rovensky Ave and Bellevue). Home to winding pathways and spacious greens, it is a wonderful place to bring a good book and plunk yourself down on a park bench under the shade of a friendly tree for some quiet when you need a breather from all the summer time action.
On His New Book
Thrilled to share with you a glimpse into ‘The Tao of Tula and Oslo’ my newest Juvenile Fiction title!
Oslo Robins has always been a bit of a misfit. After his reclusive grandfather passes away and his family inherits a large estate in the countryside, his life remains anything but simple. New home, new school, means all kinds of adventures for a child of the city. When fantastical things start happening, Oslo discovers that his grandfather's estate is hiding more than a few secrets! Written and illustrated by C.S. Robadue, it is a story of suspense, adventure, friendship, and the knowledge that there is an unseen world, that begins right where our imagination ends.
Enjoy the Summer everyone and I’ll see you around Newport!
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