It is interesting that during this pandemic, I have found a peace that I have never known. I have been careful, wearing my mask and distancing socially, so that I have been alone with quiet time to reflect, write, and think about how fortunate I am as I watch others stand in long lines, unemployed at foodContinue reading “A Time of Reflection”
Author Archives: June K. Pierce
October is Anti-bullying Awareness Month.
It seems almost impossible that for all the years that I remember, there have been bullies. For all the great advice that has been levied to eradicate it, it still exists. I am of the mind that it will always be present. It is through my books, Buford the Bully, Buford Finds a Home andContinue reading “October is Anti-bullying Awareness Month.”
Misunderstood: A Story of Love and Betrayal
Any skeletons in your closet?Many families have their own suspicions….Misunderstood is an entertaining tale of love and betrayal. Zoe Poupoirre is physically mature beyond her years and dreams of all that life will bring her if she marries a young man of means. She discovers that her buxom and full, womanly figure, along with her flirtatiousContinue reading “Misunderstood: A Story of Love and Betrayal”
All in the Family
Dear Readers, I am excited to be exploring a new genre for me—a volume of short stories! I’m hoping that my brother, Bill Kelley, will be joining me in this venture. We are both busily writing and editing and hope to have this new book out by the first of the year. Bill and IContinue reading “All in the Family”
Find Me on Amazon
I’m elated that all my books are finally on Amazon…it has been a very busy year. It’s been delightful in so many ways to be able to put my thoughts down on paper. As I work in varying genres, it has been both a learning experience and an emotional journey to encapsulate my memoir in verse—something thatContinue reading “Find Me on Amazon”
Iggy Fray Comes to Life
Iggy Fray was an enjoyable social skills book to write and I applaud Julia Green for bringing it to life. As a child, I moved many times and remember asking myself if I would be able to make friends. Fortunately for me, I always did but less fortunate are those children who often move mid-year when socialContinue reading “Iggy Fray Comes to Life”
Will Lenny Get His Due?
I gave the book Restitution the most serious thought. Since it is an extension of my first book, Keeping Secrets, it was important for me to extend the mature personality of the antagonist, Lenny, whose sociopathic behavior, although fictional, is real in every-day life. It illustrates Lenny’s thirst for violence and abuse, not only to children but to adultsContinue reading “Will Lenny Get His Due?”
June Kelley Pierce, now retired after a teaching career, has a Master’s Degree in both Education and Special Education as well as an Undergraduate Degree is Sociology and Psychology. A native of Northern New York, Pierce has made her home in the Mid-Hudson Valley.