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Kathleen O'Brien By Kathleen

Got History?

Long ago, one of my heroines was getting involved with an old love, and she cautioned herself about over-glamorizing the past, using a piece of wisdom adapted from her car’s side view mirror:  Warning:  Objects seen in memory are less romantic than they appear. It’s advice I have to give myself regularly.  I’m not seeking […] ~ read more

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Katherine Garbera By Katherine

Books, Books and More Books

Today I’m in San Antonio for the RWA National Conference. I’m meeting up with writers I only see once a year, talking to readers at the Literacy Autographing and pretty much just relishing being surrounded by books and people who love books! I’d like to know about your favorite books.  Maybe the first one you […] ~ read more

Vanessa Kelly By Vanessa

The Living is Easy…

Memory is a funny thing, isn’t it? I can’t remember what I made for dinner last night, but the sounds, scents, and memories of childhood are still remarkably vivid. Probably the strongest–after the obligatory gruesome memories of high school–are those of summer vacation. Or, as we called it back in the old days, summer. There […] ~ read more

Mia Marlowe By Mia

The Letter of the Law

Summer is a time of endless days, of chasing fireflies and toasting marshmallows over camp fires. I have so many fond memories from when my kids were small, but one summer memory stands out–the day our friends down the block got a slip-n-slide. We’d just gotten the girls dressed up for something–I forget what it […] ~ read more


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