Chaos Chronicles


Chaos Chronicles Podcast 709: Book Tour; Audio Books; Jury Duty Limbo and Fourth of July

Chaos Chronicles Podcast 709: Book Tour; Audio Books; Jury Duty Limbo and Fourth of July

New Chaos Chronicles Podcast is up.  Book Tour. Audio Books. Jury Duty. Road Trips. Enjoy the ramblings…  Links for Todays Show: Which Shakespearean Bad Boy is For You? From the Huffington Post today. Please feel free to share the link if you enjoy: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lian-dolan/which-shakespearean-bad-b_b_3534604.html Audio Book Recommendation: Mr. Penumbre’s 24-Hour Bookstore http://www.amazon.com/Mr-Penumbras-24-Hour-Bookstore-Novel/dp/B009KF05D8/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid= Edna Dolan’s Blueberry […]

Book Talk Podcasts for Elizabeth the First Wife & Lian Dolan

Book Talk Podcasts for Elizabeth the First Wife & Lian Dolan

Hi, all… Need a podcast to listen to at work today? How about The Book Guys or the Westport Public Library’s speakers series? Getting ready for the Tour de Oregon here, mainly by mailing out the pile of stuff I’ve been meaning to mail out for months while simultaneously doing my laundry. Hoping to record […]

Chaos Chronicles 708: Book Tour Top Ten; Brad Pitt; Banana Republic; and the Tour de Oregon

Chaos Chronicles 708: Book Tour Top Ten; Brad Pitt; Banana Republic; and the Tour de Oregon

Fri, 7 June 2013 Chaos Chronicles 708: Book Tour Top Ten; Brad Pitt; Banana Republic; Tour de Oregon Lian Dolan’s weekly take on Modern Motherhood. On the show this week: Back from the East Coast Book Tour. Thanks to all those who showed up in Maplewood, Mattituck, Madison and Westport. Lian’s Book Tour Top Ten List […]

Lian Dolan and Elizabeth the First Wife headed out on book tour of NJ/NY/CT

Lian Dolan and Elizabeth the First Wife headed out on book tour of NJ/NY/CT

Read the book? Click here to win a weekend in Ashland, Oregon Pulling a Liz and paying for WiFi on the plane. Look at me! Working on a plane! Something I always say I’m going to do, then the lure of magazines gets the best of me. But I know the next 6 days will […]

High School Graduation for Parents: a Celebration in Humility

High School Graduation for Parents: a Celebration in Humility

Baccalaureate Mass. A rose for mom. A friend of mine said something profound the other day that perfectly summed up my weepy sense of wonder as we approached the day of my son’s high school graduation, “High school humbles parents.” If you have a child that has made it through four years of high school […]

New Podcasts up! Chaos Chronicles and The College-Bound Chronicles

New Podcasts up! Chaos Chronicles and The College-Bound Chronicles

Two new podcasts up! Got busy yesterday.  Thu, 9 May 2013 Chaos Chronicles 707: High School Graduation & College Decisions; News headlines and Summer with Shakespeare Sweepstakes Lian is back with the Chaos Chronicles: The College Decision is made for her son. Now what? The Elizabeth the First Wife Book Tour begins. Hear about the […]

New Podcasts! Interviews with authors Caroline Leavitt and Tracy Beckerman

New Podcasts! Interviews with authors Caroline Leavitt and Tracy Beckerman

Satellite Sisters Word Write Festival 2013 presented by Elizabeth the First Wife   The Satellite Sisters WordWrite Festival is back, celebrating new fiction and non-fiction of 2013 with author interviews with great writers who have a story to share! Thanks to the authors and publishers who participated. We appreciate your time. Our first two interviews posted […]

According to Amazon, It’s Publication Day for Elizabeth the First Wife

According to Amazon, It’s Publication Day for Elizabeth the First Wife

Apparently, Amazon decided that today was a good a day as any for my second novel, Elizabeth the First Wife, to be born. So they started shipping and downloading and off we go! Here are Mudbath Productions HQ, we were all geared up for May 8th to be the official debut, but now worries, we’re […]

Product Review: NeatDesk Scanner is a terrific entry level business organizer

Product Review: NeatDesk Scanner is a terrific entry level business organizer

Last summer, I signed up to be a product tester for the Viewpoints Blogger Review Panel. I was lured into this product testing detail because of the catch: We’d test products and donate the products to our favorite charities once we had finished the reviewing process. A win-win. But here’s the rub, all of the […]

Thoughts on the Boston Bombings

Thoughts on the Boston Bombings

I’m having a hard time finding any grand perspective on Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon. Maybe because the event was the most horrific intersection of things I love (big events, parades, races and  communities coming together)  with my worst fear: suddenly losing a family member. The more news I watch and read, the less […]