History comes full circle for Aunt Phil!

A crazy thing recently happened that I must share with you awesome Alaska history fans. One of my weekly TV shows led to a voyage of discovery for a family from California this past week. Tanya Malinovskiy from Roseville, California, reached out to me after she saw my Story Time with Aunt Phil segment on […]

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Aunt Phil update and new gift idea!

Before I share the exciting news about the great gift idea for the upcoming holiday season from Aunt Phil’s Trunk, I need to share updates of what’s been happening in Aunt Phil’s world since my last blog post a few months ago. First, I want to thank everyone for the prayers, donations and well wishes […]

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Alaska history curriculum coming soon!

Just a quick note to catch you all up on what’s been happening in Aunt Phil’s world. I’ve been in Sacramento since January hugging on grandsons Toben (4), Connor and Zach (2) and Aiden (3). Toben is now in his last month of chemo to eradicate leukemia from his little body. Thank God all the […]

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Happy New Year Alaska history style!

Civilizations around the world have been celebrating the start of each new year for millennia. Today, most celebrations begin on Dec. 31 and last well into the early hours of Jan. 1. Some people will be sharing midnight kisses, champagne toasts and watching fireworks. Others may be glued to their television sets waiting for the […]

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Aunt Phil wins 2 more awards!

Wow! I just learned that Volume Five in my Aunt Phil’s Trunk Alaska history series earned finalist status in the Best Books of 2016 contest and was a runner-up in the Shelf Unbound competition. My self-published series is competing with books from giants like Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, Penguin Random House, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, Wiley, […]

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Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil is back!

“Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil” back on television on Monday mornings! I’m so excited that Anchorage CBS affiliate KTVA Channel 11 asked me to start doing my Alaska history show again. The first episode aired last week. We talked about the popular Delaney Park, which served the residents of Anchorage as a firebreak in […]

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