Writer, Author and Storyteller Rose Madeline Mula

Rose has a passion for writing humor, her work has been seen in The Saturday Evening Post, Yankee, Modern Maturity, The Christian Science Monitor, The Reader's Digest, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Baltimore Sun, and more than a hundred other magazines and newspapers--actually thousands of newspapers, since one of her essays,

"The Stranger in My Mirror," was reprinted in Ann Landers' nationally syndicated column in 1999.

Rose's work reflects her refreshing views on aging, and every-day irritations that plague us all. Including collections of humorous essays, "If These Are Laugh Lines, I'm Having Way Too Much Fun" (Pelican Publishing, May 2006); "The Beautiful People and Other Aggravations"(Pelican Publishing, March 2010); and a book of nursery-type rhymes for seniors, "Grandmother Goose: Rhymes for a Second Childhood" (Mindstir Media, December 2012), and Confessions of a Domestically-Challenged Homemaker & Other Tall Tales (Mindstir Media, April 2015). She also writes a monthly humor column for www.seniorwomen.com.