Sunday, October 27, 2013

Terrific Children's Alopecia Project CAP5K Event

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Links to my new illustrated children's book ...

As shown in the photo above, we all had a terrific time at the Children's Alopecia Project's CAP5K event this weekend in Leesport, PA. 

I enjoyed signing books with Maddie for all of her fans and look forward to more moments like this in the future with all of the great CAP families.

Use this link --->>Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile to see a free preview of the Amazon eBook edition. 

50% of all proceeds from the sale of our book (in both print and eBook forms) are being donated to the Children's Alopecia Project (CAP).

Feel free to use, or share, this link--->>Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile to purchase the printed book directly from CAP.


Here's a link to this great (print and online) article that the Reading Eagle recently published about our story Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile: Book chronicles Wyomissing teen's journey since being diagnosed with alopecia

An extensive Fox 29 Philadelphia television interview helped to announce the book's release this summer. Now, this fall feature will help to keep the public focused on our story.

Thank you to Stacey Stauffer (Fox 29 Philadelphia). She interviewed Madison Woytovich, her parents (Jeff and Betsy Woytovich) and me recently about the latest chapter in this inspiring story. Here's a video link to Stacey's wonderful feature. 


A recent post ...

The Philadelphia Flyers 1-7-0 start to the 2013-14 season is disastrous, plus it's the worst beginning to any season in franchise history. (Oh yes, the Flyers also possess the worst record in the NHL.)

Expect at least one trade and some other changes by the time the team begins play again next Thursday, October 24.

If history is an indicator general manager Paul Holmgren won't wait this storm out. However, with assistant general manger Ron Hextall a Flyer again (since the off-season), one never knows how long founder and chairman Ed Snider will wait before putting 'Hexy' in net again. 

A recent post ...

Interest surged in my Twitter account yesterday just a few hours after I had written a feature about Michael Muhney of CBS' 'The Young and The Restless'. 

Tweet and ReTweet

The piece, which highlighted the monstrously great scenes involving 'Adam Newman', began to be ReTweeted and Favorited by a wide-variety of Y&R fans after Muhney himself responded to the feature. 

One of the many great aspects of this modern internet age is being able to do a variety of 'things' that were never truly possible years ago. 

Channeling Roger Thorpe 

This strong actor reminds me of the iconic Michael Zaslow, who played a variety of characters on daytime television during his short, but great, life. Most famously, he became 'Roger Thorpe' on 'The Guiding Light'. 

A good cause

More than just a talented, hard-working thespian, Muhney is also a family man who chooses to be involved in important charity work. One of those causes is: The LA Cancer Challenge, which benefits pancreatic cancer research. Click on that link when you get a chance. It's worthwhile.  


Every social media connection has helped my online features to generate millions (yes, millions) of internet hits since Labor Day weekend 2010. I remain deeply grateful to everyone for the attention that's been given to these sports, news and interview articles. I never expected this embrace, but am genuinely humbled by it.

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