Monthly Archives: March 2017

Dear readers,

Just had to take a moment to thank all of you who came out to Antler Ridge Winery Sunday afternoon to visit with us and to buy your copy/copies of The Easter Chicken.  Sue, Jen and I had a wonderful time chatting with all of you and signing books for you and/or the lucky folks for whom you purchased a book.  We hope that you will enjoy reading our latest work as much as the three of us enjoyed creating it!

We also want to thank Jane at ARW for once again being such a gracious host (I’m trying to be politically correct by not saying “hostess”).  As long as Jane will have us, every one of our books will have a signing at the winery — we love being there!

Finally, to those of you who have not yet gotten your very own copy of The Easter Chicken, please visit our appearances page to learn about upcoming signings and visit the where to purchase page for locations where you can purchase the book.

We know the Easter Bunny has been a tradition for forever, but we think it’s time for the real little egg-maker to get her due, so please help us to launch Cassandra Chicken to national — oh, heck, how about international — fame by getting the word out to everyone you know.  Let’s make it The Easter Chicken in every Easter basket!

Thank you from all of the storytelling ladies for your support . . .

Sue, Jen and Mary Ann . . . and of course, CC

Hello, everyone!  Cassandra Chicken here to remind you that the 3 Storytelling Ladies and I will be at Antler Ridge Winery tomorrow — yes, Sunday, March 26th, from 1 to 4 p.m. — to meet you, and the ladies will be happy to sign my book for you.  I’d sign, too, but I’m still exhausted from painting all those eggs!

So please come out and see us.  It’s not nice to make a chicken cry . . .


The Easter Chicken

Hello, dear readers!

First, thank you for the wonderful response to our latest book, The Easter Chicken.  We are so excited about this book, and we hope that all of you will be, too.

We’ve heard from so many of you who want to know where you can get your own copy of this tell-it-all publication and particularly how you can get  signed copies.  So we just arranged to be at the Antler Ridge Winery in Mertztown this Sunday, March 26th, from 1 to 4 p.m.  That’s right — all three of the storytelling ladies will be on hand to introduce Cassandra Chicken to our readers and to sign as many books as you need to fill that one empty spot in each of the Easter baskets you’re creating for children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and any other children — or adults —  who are dear to you!  And of course there is always that delicious AR wine to sip that will make any waiting in line enjoyable.

So please add us to your calendar now and then come and join us at the winery on Sunday — it is one of our favorite signing spots!

See you there . . .

Sue. Jen and Mary Ann

Hello, dear readers!

Yes, it has been a long time since our last post, but now that we have something to crow about, we simply can’t be silent any longer!  Are you ready to hear our exciting news???  Well, here it is:  The Easter Chicken is arriving today!  Yes, that’s right — TODAY!

Have you ever wondered why a rabbit delivers those gorgeous Easter eggs every year?  Didn’t you ever stop to ask yourself where a rabbit gets eggs, let alone beautifully colored eggs, when clearly rabbits do not lay eggs?  If you have, wonder no more!  Our new illustrated book, The Easter Chicken, will answer all of your questions!  And what’s more, you will enjoy getting to the bottom of this age-old mystery because of all of the amazing illustrations by Suzanne Oswald and the wonderful graphic design by Jennifer Conrad Fink.

3 Storytelling Ladies with The Easter ChickenWe “Three Storytelling Ladies” had so much fun creating this book that we can’t wait to share it with
everyone we know and all of the people we don’t know, too.  Oh, and we’re pretty sure your children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren — you get the idea — will love it, too.

So Easter is only a month away!  You don’t want to be winging it (oops!  I couldn’t help myself) when it’s time to fill all of those Easter baskets.  Get all of the copies of The Easter Chicken that you will need so you will be prepared!  And get a copy for yourself, too.  Then sit back, put your feet up, and let us tell you our story . . .


Mary Ann