Author Archives: Kourtney

What The Girl Who Saved Ghosts Means to Me

I don’t think I can explain how much the new book means to me. But I’m going to try. It’s the reason I fought my way back from the vertigo. When my physical therapy required me to do the very … Continue reading

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What Kind of Blueberry Picker Are You?

While Ma and I were blueberry picking, we realized there are 3 types of pickers. The Random Chatters They think of the field as a coffeehouse and approach everyone wanting to chat. Sometimes they impart berry knowledge; sometimes they are … Continue reading

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What’s Going on with The Girl Who Saved Ghosts

Ebook ARCs I’m really excited to announce that the ebook advance reader copies are up on NetGalley for The Girl Who Saved Ghosts (TGWSG)! If you are a book blogger, reviewer, librarian, or media person, you can go and request … Continue reading

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The Cover Reveal Countdown!

We are 1 day away from the cover reveal for The Girl Who Saved Ghosts on June 27th! I can’t believe this day is almost here. I’ve been working on this book non-stop since January. And to be able to … Continue reading

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What Makes A Wonderful Author Event?

Having great weather is essential for an outdoor event. It was sunny and 80s on Saturday for the Cheshire Strawberry Festival. Planning ahead is the next best thing. All the books were in waterproof suitcases and bags. We positioned the … Continue reading

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When’s the Next Author Signing?

 JOIN ME ON JUNE 10TH AT THE CHESHIRE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL Come on down for some great live entertainment, tasty food, and cool vendors! Mark your calendar for  Saturday, June 10th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.! I’ll be at the … Continue reading

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The Best 100 Novels Challenge

When I first read about the 100 Best Novels Challenge on Nathan Bransford’s blog, I thought this would be a fun challenge.  It was definitely fun at first, but then I reached 50 books and it got hard. Really hard. … Continue reading

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My Reading Round Up

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been reorganizing all my books. This is a 1/3 of what I tackled. As I dusted and rearranged my books, I realized it was time for a reading round up here on the blog. … Continue reading

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The Six Lessons Vertigo Taught Me

1. Appreciate the Small Things From December through April, walking around outside went from impossible to challenging to doable with care. Being able to move my gaze around the yard while I am walking Emerson is a new treat. 2. … Continue reading

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Why Friend Weekends Are the Best Weekends

Brett came to visit me and as always we found something new to explore: Kettletown State Park. It was a pretty easy trail for a mile. I haven’t hiked since last fall so it was nice to get out in … Continue reading

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