The RV Lifestyle sounds romantic and fun. Author PJ Colando gave it a try and even wrote about it in her debut novel, Stashes. But is RV Travel all it’s cracked up to be?
For twenty-five years, Pat Jackson-Colando had a thriving practice in speech-language pathology. Publicly she introduced herself with the slogan: “If you can say my name, you don’t need to see me”, knowing that her name and job title were twists of the lip and tongue.
Last summer, in a real life plot twist, she became a published author, PJ Colando, with her debut novel, STASHES.
PJ’s short stories and personal essays have been published in ‘The Adelphean’, ‘ASHA Leader’, ‘Erma Bombeck Humor Writers’, ‘IUPUI Letters’, ‘Not Born Yesterday’, ‘The Lutheran Message’, and ‘Orange Coast’ magazines, as well as The Orange County Register and The Indianapolis Star. Her written work has also been anthologized in Open to Interpretation, The Biscuit, She Writes, and Wisdom Has a Voice: Every Daughter’s Memories of Mother.