Tag Archives: The Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare’s Tropes

You know how I always say I don’t make resolutions because I can’t — don’t — won’t — keep them? Well, here we are again. I really wanted to take part in the Shakespeare 2020 project, reading all of Shakespeare’s … Continue reading

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Am I like Kate? Is she like me?

During an interview for FINDING KATE, I was asked whether I felt a kinship with Kate. Had I drawn on my own experience in writing the novel? That’s a tough question for me to answer. In some ways, I struggled with writing … Continue reading

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Full Circle

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival just announced their 2017 season, and it’s packed with crowd-pleasers. “Julius Caesar,” “Hamlet,” “Rosencranz & Guildenstern Are Dead”… I can’t wait! But what really makes me happy, in the same year as my novel FINDING KATE launches … Continue reading

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Beshrew The Shrew

I was afraid this would happen. Back in the early drafts of “Finding Kate,” Kate’s voice was so loud and clear that she turned people off. She was so mean, so bitter, so nasty, so clearly a shrew that it … Continue reading

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