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Catherine's Latest Blogs

Apr.03.2013 - 11:08 am
The following is an excerpt, a single essay, from my new book of creative nonfiction The Long, Steep Path: Everyday Inspiration From the Author of Pay It Forward. Photos related...
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Sep.13.2012 - 10:51 am
I have some news to share, and I hope I can open a conversation with it. And I hope other authors—and readers—will comment. Please do tell me what you think. I’m completely...
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Jul.10.2012 - 2:13 pm
A few words about my newest release, the nonfiction help book for writers How to be a Writer in the E-Age...and Keep Your E-Sanity!, which I co-authored with friend, fiction...
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Jul.10.2012 - 1:57 pm
I may never get to say this again. So let me say it now, while I can. I have two new books out this week. Well...I announced the arrival of Don't Let Me Go last week. So I might...
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Comments from Catherine

Sep.26.2012 - 4:37 pm
In response to: I'm a Traiter to this Country and I approve this message!
That was very factual and non-abusive, what you tweeted. This has happened to me, and to a shocking number of people I...
Sep.14.2012 - 8:05 am
In response to: The Blurb and Me
In the comment thread of this post on my website, an idea emerged. Why not help out new authors by featuring their...
Dec.07.2011 - 6:24 pm
In response to: I Support the Occupy Movement
Brenden, I hope I didn't seem overly dismissive in my earlier answer. My apologies if I did. After digesting it a bit...
Dec.07.2011 - 10:11 am
In response to: I Support the Occupy Movement
...and, by the way, I am very aware that this is not only a U.S. problem, that indeed the problems are quite a bit...
Dec.07.2011 - 10:09 am
In response to: I Support the Occupy Movement
...and yes, of course, any new way of doing things could easily go the old way of doing things. And yet...remember how...

Published Reviews

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Published by School Library Journal
Gr 9 Up–When her mother chooses her boyfriend over her own daughter, Elle, 16, is moved into an apartment across Manhattan. She develops a friendship with Frank, who lives next...