Thanksgiving Musings… and a Story

First, That Story I Promised
I’m excited that a piece I wrote called “A Mom’s Thanksgiving Story of ‘Will’ and ‘Grace’” is on the Parents channel of The Huffington Post. I hope you enjoy it! The only frustrating part is that they omitted they caption I wrote for the photo which clarified why the boys aren’t, as I wrote in […]

HuffPost Style Channel Goes Curly!

I’m thrilled that I’m now going to be a blogger on The Huffington Post!

My first post, about having curly hair, went live yesterday and I was so excited that it was featured on the homepage of the Style channel. So far, besides a couple of expected snarky comments from people who don’t think my hair is curly enough […]

#AmWriting. Well, actually, #HaveWritten

I am so excited to announce that my second novel will be published by SparkPress in May 2015. It’s called THE BALANCE PROJECT: A NOVEL and I like to think of it as I Don’t Know How She Does It meets Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In.

Summary: Katherine Whitney has it all. She’s married, has two daughters, is the COO of Green Goddess […]

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    #ReadMe: My open love letter to Twitter (it’s not all rosy)

#ReadMe: My open love letter to Twitter (it’s not all rosy)

Dear Twitter,

I wanted you to know how much I like you. I think I might even love you. I know you have no idea who I am, considering you’re so popular and everything and have like hundred of millions of people into you. And I know it’s embarrassing to put this out there, but life is all about taking […]

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    I’ll Never Get Another Blowout (yeah, right): Tales From a Curly Girl

I’ll Never Get Another Blowout (yeah, right): Tales From a Curly Girl

Last week there was an article in the New York Times about curly hair. I am always drawn to articles about curly hair, because, well, I have curly hair and if you have curly hair, then you know what I mean. Curly hair is not technically considered an affliction. Afflictions are really bad. They are not life-and-death situations but […]

Labor Day #Kindle eBook Deals

This has been an amazing summer. My kids all loved their various camps. The weather in the northeast was beautiful. I got away a few times. And the best part of the summer for me was that I finished the first draft of my next manuscript. (YAY!) Hopefully I’ll have some updates on that project soon.

As I go into […]

My Times of India Interview on Work-Life Balance

In early July I was contacted by Nona Walia, a journalist from The Times of India, which is the world’s best-selling English language daily newspaper. Nona had found The Balance Project online and wanted to interview me for an article.

Indra Nooyi’s interview on balance had recently come out and Nona was doing a response piece to that. (I wrote a short blog […]

Perfect Beach Read On Sale!

In honor of the 4th of July, I’m excited to announce a special promotion—a Kindle Countdown—for On Grace, which, I’ve been told, is a perfect beach read for the long 4th of July weekend. But it’s only running for a few days so hurry up and go here to get a great deal. And tell your friends!

Here’s the plan:

July 3 at […]

Are You a Bad Mom If You Send Your Kids to Camp?

Yesterday on THE MOMS Sirius XM Stars 106 radio show, hosts Denise Albert and Melissa Gerstein were talking about how they had sent their kids to camp that morning and it was, essentially, a nice relief. A longer day for them to pursue what they want to do: work and other personal pursuits.

They received a call from a woman who chewed […]

Sarah Lawrence Publishing Conference

I was honored and delighted when Patricia Dunn, the Director of Graduate Support Services at the esteemed Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY, asked me if I would participate on a panel about self-publishing for the first annual The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College Publish and Promote Your Book Conference on June 21, 2014.

Just so happens I know a thing or […]