There’s Magic in the Telling – Writing is Good for Your Health

Creating a record of your life for loved ones is a wonderful goal. Being published is fun and occasionally profitable, but writing memoir for yourself may be the best reason to write. Researchers have found that writing about your life and sharing it with others isn’t just enjoyable, it can improve your health. Dr. James … Continue reading There’s Magic in the Telling – Writing is Good for Your Health

Photography

For a very reasonable rate, I can take photos of you and/or your products. I currently specialize in company profiles, head shots and product shots for artists and small business owners.  Click here for my profile of Frosty Mountain Tree Farm. © copyright 2016, Stacey Alysa Dennick.  All rights reserved.

Photographic Profile of Frosty Mountain Tree Farm

Holiday Traditions Thrive Families create Christmas rituals at  Frosty Mountain Tree Farm in rural Sebastopol. So much to see and do including a petting zoo, face painting, hay rides and story time with Mrs. Claus. Located off Bloomfield at 3600 Mariola Road, Sebastopol, CA 95472. Please enjoy this photographic tour. Click on photos to see them larger. © … Continue reading Photographic Profile of Frosty Mountain Tree Farm

Ye Old Video projects from the 1990’s

Company profiles I've edited company profiles for dozens of companies including: Aldus Corporation / Allied-Signal Corporation/ Altera Semiconductor / American Airlines / American MetroComm / Apple Computer, Inc. / Architrek / Ascom Timeplex, Inc. /Avis Rent A Car / British Petroleum / Carrier1 / Cisco Systems / Citrix Systems / Concentric Networks Corporation /CSX Corporation … Continue reading Ye Old Video projects from the 1990’s

“Ardor in the Alley” classics and monsters by Stacey Alysa Dennick

A winner in Copperfield's Books fall 2009 writing contest. The challenge, mix classics and monsters (as in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) in 300 words or less.   Ardor in the Alley A shoddy carriage pulled by a swaybacked nag trotted past Madame Bovary and Leon. “Must we go out?” She asked. They had but six more … Continue reading “Ardor in the Alley” classics and monsters by Stacey Alysa Dennick