About D

D is Dori Hartley.

Hello, and welcome to my personal blog.

Here you will find my casual writings as well as links to my published essays. On occasion, I will also post new pieces of art as well as excerpts from my works-in-progress (my novels).

My history is somewhat interesting and is possibly the reason you’ve found this page.

I am a native New Yorker, born on 5th Ave in NYC. I am presently a writer for The Huffington Post, among other current publications, and I am a novelist. My first book is titled, “Angels and Echoes” and is available in paperback on Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/4536149

I make my living writing and selling my own paintings.

I am also associated with the The Rocky Horror Picture Show and The Sopranos.

I am a mother, a college graduate, a cancer survivor and a compulsively creative person.

You will notice that my blog is not open to comments. This is intentional. I thank you for reading the full content, as it was written to be read and not as a platform for reckless commentary. I do participate in social networking however, only not on my personal blog. Thank you for understanding.

Want to visit my website, where I keep my art?
Here ya go.

The Art of Dori Hartley

Thank you, enjoy my blog.

…and remember, don’t shoot the messenger.

My Official Bio:

Native New Yorker Dori Hartley is a writer and illustrator whose work can be found in The Huffington Post, YourTango.com, XOJane, More Magazine, Psychology Today, ParentDish and MyDaily. Hartley started her writing career as a lyricist, penning tunes for Tears For Fears, The Goo Goo Dolls and Carlos Santana. Her lyrics inspired the writers of the HBO series “The Sopranos” to create an entire show revolving around her song “Nobody Loves Me But You.”

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