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I have two grown children and two granddaughters who are fantastic! I taught elementary children for over 30 years and retired four years ago. It was then that I decided to take my writing seriously.I recently had my first book, "The Journey to Mei" published. As any author knows, that's almost like giving birth to another child. It is a story about an American family who adopts a child from Chin... More
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1. The Journey to Mei (Hardcover)
    Author: Freddie Remza
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
Ages 9-12 08/08/2007
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Comment by Jenni Derfoldy on 9/22/2009 at 11:00 PM:
Freddie, I hope you feel better soon. Can't be fun to feel ill at the change of the season...happy spring from our side, enjoy your beautiful autumn. Glad to hear your manuscript is almost ready. :-)
Comment by Jenni Derfoldy on 9/4/2009 at 8:34 AM:
Freddie, thanks for the great travel advice. All the destinations you have mentioned sound wonderful. Your mention of the bucket list just brought the movie to the mind, had to smile. You take care too, and enjoy Costa Rica when you go. I am sure it will inspire a new book. Best regards, Jenni
Comment by Fredricka (Freddie) Remza on 9/2/2009 at 1:47 PM:
Hi Jenni,
I'm right with you, Jenni. I can find no better way of using expendable income than by travel. "Things" just don't do it for me anymore. New Orleans is a great city to visit...and with their road to recovery, they certainly can use those tourist dollars. But (in my opinion) afte... more
Comment by Jenni Derfoldy on 8/28/2009 at 4:54 PM:
Hi Freddie, it is sad that perceptions are guided by the media. I have friends in the States, so I have no illusions. For me, the fascination is the shared diversity of culture. I am so glad you managed to take a photo with a lone tree, I live here and still find it incredible when we travel the len... more
Comment by Fredricka (Freddie) Remza on 8/26/2009 at 9:30 AM:
Yes, I was definitely surprised at the diversity I found in South Africa--truly a land of contrasts and much beauty. I have this one photo of a bare hill in the distance with one lone tree on the very top. I took it just as the sun was setting. I love that shot! I also was unaware of how similar ... more
Comment by Jenni Derfoldy on 8/26/2009 at 8:30 AM:
Freddie, thank-you for the e-mail. I am thrilled to hear you enjoyed your visit to SA. Thank-you for letting me in on your creative process. I love that you are sharing info about the world, in such an exciting format, with the children of America. I think what fascinates our children about the west... more
Comment by Jenni Derfoldy on 8/25/2009 at 8:26 PM:
I saw your comment about travelling to Johannesburg (Jozi) in mid-October. I felt compelled to pop in and say hello. You have chosen the best time of year to visit our Egoli (city of gold). The place has too many nicknames, sorry about that. In South Africa we have fallen into the habit of using all... more
Comment by Aidana WillowRaven on 10/6/2008 at 12:29 PM:
That sounds like so much fun... enjoy your trip!

Take some pictures for me!

Comment by Aidana WillowRaven on 8/27/2008 at 7:40 PM:
Well, at the moment, I am working on a cute kid's book titled 'Being Jacob: First Day of School'. Then on the first, I start two more: 'Puff Bear goes to the Hospital' and 'Chris Cricket'.
I was supposed to start a third, but they postponed until October, so I am still hoping someone take... more
Comment by Aidana WillowRaven on 8/27/2008 at 1:41 PM:
Thanks Freddie,

I love other cultures too, always found them fascinating, especially ancient ones.

So how is the writing coming? Anything new?

Aidana WillowRaven

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