Category: Daily Bread

Show Off Your Daily Bread

If you post a picture of you and your Daily Bread (paperback and ebook format) on social media and tag me, Antoinette Truglio Martin, I will send you a bookmark, a complementary postcard, and a personally signed page hugger. Daily Bread Attention Teachers and… Continue Reading “Show Off Your Daily Bread”

It’s Here!

Becoming America’s Stories presents Daily Bread Jubilant Reviews Daily Bread is a humbling experience as you read through the chapters and gain a relationship with  the characters. It embraces child labor, the hardships immigrant families endured during a time spoken very little about. I… Continue Reading “It’s Here!”

Cover Reveal! Coffee Share

Good morning, Everyone. I have been running on coffee and nervous energy most of the week. It has been a marathon of writing, cooking, and writing. The Becoming America’s Food Stories is ready for readers. I also have a few photos to to manage.… Continue Reading “Cover Reveal! Coffee Share”

Harvest Moon Coffee CAtch-Up

Good morning, Everyone. The Harvest Moon moonrise was an awesome sight last night. Pour yourself a cup of coffee. Let’s catch up.  If we were having coffee together, I would tell you that I drove my mom to Staten Island to visit her cousin,… Continue Reading “Harvest Moon Coffee CAtch-Up”

An Autumn Coffee Catch Up

Good morning, Everyone. It’s a beautiful Sunday autumn morning. I missed the coffee share last week and discovered I felt that something was missing. I tried to comment on everyone’s post, but you know how slippery time can be. Anyway, it is a new… Continue Reading “An Autumn Coffee Catch Up”

BIG Announcement

Hi Everyone,  BIG news. EXCITING news! OMG, this is happening news!! Red Penguin Books offered me a contract to traditionally publish my middle-grade historical novel, Daily Bread! They will manage the editing, layout, design, and artwork, and have it out in the world by… Continue Reading “BIG Announcement”

June 2020 Recap

Welcome to Stories Served Around The Table June 2020 Recap. Summer is bursting out all over. The foxgloves and hydrangeas took over the side yard, the raised beds hold a bounty of vegetable promises, and the catboat launched (rigging awaits). Schools in my area… Continue Reading “June 2020 Recap”

Writing Protagonist Right Coffee Share

Good morning, Everyone. It’s a beautiful day in my neighborhood. Lots of stuff going on which I will get to later, but this week I have been plagued with a writer’s dilemma. Grab your coffee. I am going to prattle through.  Now that my… Continue Reading “Writing Protagonist Right Coffee Share”

Working for the Dream

Daily Bread takes place in the Lower East Side of Manhattan Island, 1911. Tenement neighborhoods burst with immigrants. Hand and horse-drawn carts and the new-fangled assembly lined motor cars rumbled in the streets harmonizing with the lilts of different languages. Factories sprung up, spitting… Continue Reading “Working for the Dream”

A New Beginning in a New World

A New Beginning in a New World Between 1880-1920, 34 million immigrants huddled on the decks of ships, watching the Statue of Liberty usher them into New York harbor. They had carried their few possessions, traveled across the ocean, and began a new chapter… Continue Reading “A New Beginning in a New World”

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