New Excitement: Birth of 2 Fabulous Websites

It’s been forever since writing but I am propelled by new and exciting news of dear friends’ whose creative work I’ve witnessed in the making!

For five or six years, I sat next to Kristen Rademacher on a couch in a class as we both wrote our memoirs.  I can’t remember how many times I cried as she read about…well…no spoiler alert from me…here’s a write up from her website:

Dizzy with grief after a shattering breakup, Kristen did what any sensible thirty-nine-year-old woman would do: she fled, abandoning her well-ordered life in metropolitan Boston and impulsively relocating to a college town in North Carolina to start anew with a freshly divorced southerner.

Dismissing the neon signs that flashed Rebound Relationship, Kristen was charmed by the host of contrasts with her new beau. He loved hunting and country music, she loved yoga and NPR; he worried about nothing, she worried about everything. The luster of her new romance and small-town lifestyle soon—and predictably—faded, but by then a pregnancy test stick had lit up. As Kristen’s belly grew, so did her concern about the bond with her partner—and so did a fierce love for her unborn child. Ready or not, she was about to become a mother. And then, tragedy struck.

And now she has a pub date of July 2020! And a website as gorgeous in writing as it is in visual images.  Check it out!

I met Julie Johnson a year ago…she’s a young powerful woman who is helping others unleash and uncover their strengths!  She helped my daughter clarify her purpose when job-looking.  I think her logo speaks for itself…her new website

Cate Communications

And for me—

Well, I’m hatching schemes with Jennifer Aiton for re-igniting this blog—and the Wilde Awards are less than a month away! Please come! Monday, November 18, 7:00 at Flyleaf Books!

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