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Ms. Rosner is also a stained glass and fused glass artist, specializing in art honoring geek culture:
Writing & Authors
"Writing and Friends" might be a better title for this section. Here are links to websites for some of Ms. Rosner's
personal friends, who just happen to be authors.
The 6' Ferret Writers' Group
Designed and written by D.M. Rosner, this award-winning site provides tips for writers interested in starting their own
local writers' groups. It also contains links to many writing-related websites. The 6' Ferret Writers' Group was
founded in 1989.
- Dragon Run, by Patrick Matthews
Dragon Run is a novel by fellow 6' Ferret Writers' Group member, Patrick Matthews. This page is dedicated to the book,
and a link to his personal website can be found there as well.
- Stirling Davenport's Blog
Web log of author and fellow 6' Ferret Writers' Group member, Stirling Davenport. Follow her travels in India, Tibet,
and wherever else her adventerous spirit leads, and see some of the most amazing description on the planet.
- Mary Beth Miller
One of the founding members of the 6' Ferret Writers' Group, Mary Beth Miller has won acclaim for her young adult
Besides being a really cool guy, he's a terrific writer. Go buy his books and you'll see what I mean.
Dr. Debbie Danowski is the author of the self-help books Why Can't I Stop Eating? on food
addiction and Locked Up for Eating Too Much about her personal experiences in a food addiction treatment program.
The younger of Ms. Rosner's two sons was diagnosed as autistic at the age of two. Naturally, it's a subject
close to her heart, and she hopes you will take some time to learn about this nearly invisible disability.
CDC Autism Spectrum Disorder page
Information about ASD from the Center for Disease Control.
An extensive list of links to other sites which provide a wide variety of information on all aspects of autism.
"Thousands of geniuses live and die undiscoveredeither by themselves or by others."
Ms. Rosner's older son falls into the category of "gifted," a trait which has its own special needs. Left unnurtured,
gifted children slip through our educational system without ever realizing their potential.
Here are a few recommended links, for both gifted children and the gifted adults children eventually become:
A great site for parents of gifted children, GT World also boasts a wonderful mailing list for gifted adults.
Hoagies' Gifted Education Page
Another useful site for parents and educators of gifted children. This site has many links to articles and other helpful sites.
Talent Development Resources
This site provides links to a host of articles on many aspects of giftedness.
Ms. Rosner's curiosity about her family's past has turned her into a part-time genealogist. Each new page
of information adds a piece to the family puzzle, and has given her not only a great deal of personal satisfaction, but
also a family history to pass down to her children. Following are a few links that might help you connect to your ancestors:
American Family Immigration History Center
Search passenger records for immigrants who came to America through Ellis Island between 1892 and 1924.
New England Historic Genalogical Society
A little expensive to join, but they do run occasional free searches of certain records, and I've found them
to be a great asset in my research.
Vital Records Information - United States
This site provides information by state and city for obtaining birth, death, and marriage certificates.
Film developing has given way to digital processing, but Ms. Rosner's long-standing love of photography remains.
Photography by D.M. Rosner
This Flickr site hosts Ms. Rosner's ongoing Photo of the Day project, along with miscellaneous other albums.
A great place for Nikon enthusiasts to hang out and share photos.
Space and physics have fascinated Ms. Rosner since childhood. These sites are among her favorites:
Astronomy Picture of the Day
A new awesome image every day.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
This site provides a wealth of information and images on earth and space, as well as NASA missions.
Scientific American News
For a quick look at some of the latest science headlines, this is the place to go.