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  1. A Stolen Voice

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    August 27, 2014 by kristin

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    My niece challenged me last night to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. That kind of spectacle is not really my …
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  2. Cutting the Curl: How I Let My Baby Grow Up in One Fell Swoop

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    August 11, 2014 by kristin

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    It started with Fancy Nancy. My 4-year-old daughter Ruby discovered her at the local public library, where we went for …
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  3. The Five Crenshaws of Oconee County

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    July 18, 2014 by kristin

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    When I was 10 or 11, one of my favorite books was The Last Silk Dress by Ann Rinaldi. It …
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  4. Feed the Birds

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    March 29, 2014 by kristin

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    I rest my hand on my almost-4-year-old daughter’s chest and feel her heart thumping fast even as she drifts toward …
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  5. What Makes a Historical Fiction Writer?

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    August 14, 2013 by kristin

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    I’ve been thinking lately about what makes a person crazy enough to try to be a historical fiction writer. I …
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  6. Lucky in Love

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    May 28, 2013 by kristin

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    This weekend the hubby and I had a little getaway to New Orleans in honor of our 11th wedding anniversary. …
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  7. Homecoming

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    May 20, 2013 by kristin

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    Yesterday was Homecoming at my grandparents’ church. For those unfamiliar with this Southern tradition, it’s when you go back to …
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About Kristin

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Historical fiction writer and reader. Procrastinator. Sewist. Ally. Fan of red lipstick, rock 'n' roll, and everything vintage.

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The Boy in the Red Dress

A 1930s Veronica Mars must save her drag queen BFF and her aunt's speakeasy from pesky cops and a petulant mobster in seedy Prohibition-era New Orleans.

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