Category Archives: Kate’s Posts

Seeing Red

Kate Flora: When I was working on my last Joe Burgess, Led Astray, I noticed that I was using the weather, in particular the mysterious qualities of fog, and the discouraging chill and damp of a string of gray Maine … Continue reading

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Another Malden Man Update

Kate Flora again. Forgot, when filling in for Dorothy, that I was supposed to blog today. So, being pressed for time, I am revisiting an earlier post on the life of Malden Man, with some updates on his current behaviors. … Continue reading

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Running Away from January

Kate Flora here, filling in for Dorothy who is nursing a terrible, brain-crushing cold caught from her beloved grandchildren. I used to go crazy in February. Short-tempered, unfocused, chocolate-gobbling crazy. This was before people knew they suffered from SAD, or seasonal … Continue reading

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Literary Adventurer Plots Her Next Journey

Kate Flora: I’ve written here before about the perplexing challenges presented to today’s writer about balancing time for writing with time for marketing, tweeting, facebooking, and generally staying visible to readers on all the various platforms. It’s exhausting. If you read … Continue reading

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Remembering Christmas on the Farm

Kate Flora here, listening to the wind howling outside, and remembering Christmas on the farm in Union. Although she didn’t tell us this until years later, our mother didn’t really like Christmas. Perhaps it was because so much of the … Continue reading

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