Mary Jane Dougherty
Combining all my interests and my background into
a variety of media. Hence the name, Multi- Media.
Anchorage, Alaska was a great place to grow up with it's small town feeling.
How great it was to watch all the changes.
A preview photo of my new book: It Happened In Alaska. My book has four stories. History of circumstances that touched my life.
I'm Hungry, I'm Starving is my family cookbook from 5 generations. Savory recipes, fun cooking stories, and a dash of family history.
The Mis-Adventures of Trouser Bowser Professor of Bones has Trouser Bowser on a Zany adventure through town on his way to the dry cleaners wearing clown pants. Coloring pages.
The Mis-Adventures of Trouser Bowser Professor of Bones Cousin Cyril's Circus Visit has Trouser Bowser having a topsy-turvy visit with Cousin Cyril and the circus pals. Coloring pages and words to talk about.
It Happened In Alaska has four stories of historical instances that touched my life. Explorer Captain James Cook at Nicolai Point and the crew that buried a treasure on my ancestors land (Captain Bligh was on the ship).
The Great Alaskan Earthquake, trying to escape the J C Penney's building with my brother, Norman.
Face to Face with John Lennon, literally.
Movie Palaces, my first experience at the movie theater and the love of movies and being in movies and television.
How To Achieve And Be The Best Possible You anything is possible has four chapters that I would like to share with you. A Day Like No Other starts off with a story and then, how to ideas for fun meetings. Neat-Nik-Nana has how to's on, reusing, recycling and how to make home life easier.
Pretty and Poised has how to's on achieving good habits and roughing it in Alaska.
Alaska to Hollywood, I Did It, is on how to follow a dream. Back when Sally Field starred in the hit tv show, "Gidget," I was told that I looked like her and ironically did end up in an episode as a background actor on the tv show, ER, with Sally Field.
It Happened In Alaska and How to Achieve and Be the Best Possible You anything is possible at the printers now and will be available to you very soon.
Mike Mary Chris
On February 9th 2013, my husband, Mike, our son, Chris and I went to the Annual Open House of the American Society of Cinematographers in Hollywood. We spent time talking to Haskel Wexler and others. The Clubhouse was filled with great photos and motion picture cameras, past and present. We had a great time and looking forward to next year.
Mary Jane Dougherty