Monthly Archives: May 2014

Review: “We’ll Always Have Paris” by Jennifer Coburn

If you have read the travel blog recently, you may have come across a guest post from Jennifer Coburn about traveling to Europe on a budget. It’s definitely worth a read, particularly if you are interested in stretching some dollars to travel. The guest post came on the heels of my reading her memoir, “We’ll

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New Reviews for My Letter to Fear!

The reviews are in from Readers’ Favorite, and they like me! Okay, they like “My Letter to Fear (Essays on Life, Love and the Search for Prince Charming),” and that’s not really me (except, if you’ve read the book, you know that I’m pretty much in the middle of it all).  If you want to

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Interview with The Feminist Observer

  A couple of months ago, I did an interview with Sarah J. Browne for The Feminist Observer. It’s out now, and I’m this month’s “Featured Feminist!”  It was a fun interview, and I hope you get a chuckle or two out of reading it.      Patricia Steffy, otherwise known as Kate of Kate

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