The Ink Penn – Celebrating the Magic in the Everyday
Are you looking for a distraction from the nightly news or the stress of work? Could you use a peaceful moment to recharge? This little book is just the ticket. Kathy Manos Penn's weekly columns in the "Crier" celebrate the joy in day-to-day life. She finds inspiration in the deer in the yard, the neighborhood produce stand, her four-legged children, and local events like library sales and the annual July 4th parade.
Whether you live in a similar community or wish you did, this collection of 25 columns will leave you wanting more.
End each day with a smile by reading a story a night, or give in to the temptation to read this charming collection all in one sitting. Either way, you'll feel your worries slip away as you enjoy these reflections on the simple pleasures of everyday life.
About Kathy Manos Penn (Atlanta, Georgia Author)
Born in NYC and transplanted to the South in high school, Kathy Manos Penn lives with her husband and their four-legged kids in Dunwoody, Georgia. She taught high school English before embarking on a three-decade career in banking, where, it seemed she always ended up writing.
While still working in the corporate world, she began a side job as a columnist for the local newspaper. She is now happily retired from banking but has no plans to retire from the joyful job of writing. Her first book, "The Ink Penn: Celebrating the Magic in the Everyday," is a collection of her columns. Next came "Lord Banjo the Royal Pooch," co-written with her dog and inspired by his doggie DNA results.
Whether she's writing columns, blogs, or her next book, she finds time daily to read--primarily mystery novels set in England. Her motto? LIVE | LOVE | WRITE