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Maron Craig Bielovitz
Maron Craig Bielovitz
  • Country: USA
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Retired Realtor
  • Born: 29 November
  • Member Since: Jul 2018
  • Profile Views: 2,485
  • Followers: 8
  • Writing:

    Children's Poetry
BIOGRAPHY

Maron Craig Bielovitz is a writer and artist working out of her home studio in Elmhurst, Pennsylvania in the foothills of the beautiful Pocono Mountains.
Together with her husband, Don (and always a Scottie dog or two), Maron enjoys the slower pace of the rural community where she grew up. Although she has always written and created art, Maron enjoys being a full time creative since her retirement from a 25 year career as a Realtor. Gardening, reading, playing Mah Jongg and volunteer work are a few of the other activities she enjoys when not writing or creating art.
Along with a lifetime of studying art and writing techniques in various venues, Maron enjoys keeping her skills honed with workshops for writers and illustrators of children’s literature where she has the pleasure and privilege of learning from many prominent contemporary children’s book authors and illustrators. She strongly believes that one should never stop learning. Her first forays into writing were for her local newspaper as a contributing editor and several articles in national magazines. She is constantly striving to bring her craft to a higher level. Maron is proud to be working with Foundations Books, LLC on her latest projects. Her book of poetry will be followed by 4 children’s books which she also illustrated.

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Seasons and Sentiments

Publish Date: Sep 10, 2018

Genre: Poetry

avg rating4.4 - 7 reviews on Amazon

Maron Craig Bielovitz's Books

Seasons and Sentiments

Seasons and Sentiments

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Publication Date: Sep 10, 2018

Poetry

4.4 (7 ratings)

A Frosty Morning

A Frosty Morning

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Publication Date: Jan 21, 2019

Children's

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    • What fun to do an Author interview. It really is a good exercise to look into your soul as a writer!!
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    • If you could choose three people to invite for a dinner party, who would they be and why?
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      • I am going to admit right up front that my answer to this question would be different on any given day and I'm not going to try to impress you as an egg head but today's dinner part would include Maeve Binchy (if I am allowed a spirit who has passed), James Patterson and Louise Penny. I so admire these threee Authors for their bodies of work and for the impact their stories have on me personally not to mention the scores of readers whose lives they have touched through the decades....Next week it might be Wayne Dyer, Ken Follett and John Sanford...just sayin'
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    • How do you think concepts such as Kindle, and e-books have changed the present or future of reading?
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      • Although I still firmly believe in the benefits of physical libraries and book stores as a "necessity" for anyone, I think the digital world of reading has increased the availability of the world of literature to so many more people. I also think it has opened many more doors for writers and small publishing houses. I have a physical library in my home that I am proud of but I have hundreds of digital books on my devices as well.
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