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Book Review – EVERY SECRET THING
A brilliant read from NY Times Bestselling Author Susanna Kearsley. 5-stars!
Letting Go – a short story (full)
An emotionally powerful story about letting go of a loved one.
Author Q&A! Here are a few questions to help you get to know Kathleen a little better.
The Fox and the Hummingbird
The Fox and the Hummingbird represents, for me, moving on from loss. It is a reminder of encouragement from a loved one, and the inspiration behind my new book (separate from the Jennifer Leighton series).
The Positive Side to the #WorstYearEver
Not today, Covid, not today! We can always pull positives out of a negative situation. What are your top five things to be thankful for in 2020?
Character and Story Inspiration
My debut novel, Well Hidden Secrets (publishing date TBD) was written just as I described above. In fact, the ending is a twist that even I didn’t know about until it happened. I had written about half of the story before I knew how I wanted it to end, so I wrote the ending and then went back to the middle to work on how to join it together. This resulted in the creation of a new minor yet essential character, critical to how the story unfolds. I was beyond excited at how it all came together.
The Writer’s Exhale
I’m an introvert, by nature, so taking my stories from something just for me to sharing it with the world is a major advance in my personal journey to success. It’s bearing my soul to others. It’s allowing myself to be vulnerable.