In Memoriam: Kate Duffy

She was warm, witty, and wonderful. When Kensington super-editor, Kate Duffy walked into a room, she owned it. You couldn’t help but be drawn to her. To sit with her and listen to her speak was akin to hearing the sage on the mountain spouting the wisdom of the...

Forgiveable Transgressions

I was recently privy to a conversation between two authors. Author A was fretting because she was working on the sequel to an already published story. Her dilemma? The sequel revolved around the secondary characters of the first story and she wanted to change the hair...

It’s Football Season!

I know; it’s hard to imagine a girly-girl like me enjoying the bone-crunching, down-in-the-dirt sport of football. And several years ago, you’d have been right. But when my son wanted to play for a local PAL team, I was the one who took him to registration...