Monday evening, March 4th, under threat of yet another blizzard here in southeastern Wisconsin, Marsha reporting with some news:
So many of you have asked about the Christmas sampler, that Melinda stitched so beautifully. It has been out of print for years, but because of your interest I have found my sole copy in "Noah's Ark" (where I keep one each of everything I've ever published), dusted it off, and sent it to my printer. The reprint will be in the digital book format, and may not be as clear as we'd like because it's being copied from the parchment paper of the original publication. It should be ready around the Vernal Equinox, which should give you a good chance at finishing it before next Christmas.
Secondly, there is a new design up on my website titled Mary Wilson. That one should be back from press around the Ides of March.
Thirdly, with all this discussion of reading/stitching/audio books, has anyone ever checked out a used copy of a novel titled "Ghosts" by Marsha Parker on amazon or ebay? It was published in hard cover by E.P. Dutton, subsequently in paperback by Berkeley Books. I still have a few copies in hard cover. The word "sampler" is mentioned once in the book. I will gift a copy of the chart of Mary Wilson to the first person who can tell me which page it appears on!