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Kathryn's Inbox · 1d ago

Love, Unrequited by Kathryn White

Exciting news! I have a new (very) short story available for download on Smashwords. Love, Unrequited is a Literary short story about a young woman who develops a crush on an older man. She ...
Kathryn's Inbox · 2d ago

Friday Funnies: Peppermint Patty

Another great Peanuts moment this week, this time featuring Peppermint Patty. Schoolwork has never been her forte, she's the kind of kid who takes more of an interest in sports and the outdo...
Kathryn's Inbox · 4d ago

Writers on Wednesday: Cher Chidzey

Welcome to another great Writers on Wednesday post. This week I am speaking with Cher Chidzey, author of Ken's Quest.Tell me a bit about yourself …I am the youngest of nineteen children, twe...
Kathryn's Inbox · 15h ago

Review: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

The latest Literary YA offering from John Green starts off strong, and ends on a depressingly real note. Aza Holmes is sixteen years old and is basically a good kid. She tries hard at school...
Kathryn's Inbox · 5d ago

Around Adelaide (Best of Kathryn's Instagram)

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Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Literary Quotes

The sky aft was dark as pitch, but the moon still shone brightly ahead of us and lit up the blackness. Beneath its sheen a huge white-topped breaker, twenty feet high or more, was rushing on...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Friday Funnies

Poor Sally. Often the Peanuts character who has both the most and conversely, the least, amount of imagination, she just doesn't get what is so fun about holding a balloon. (She's obviously ...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Review: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

If V.C. Andrews and Gillian Flynn had ever co-authored a novel the result would be something akin to The Roanoke Girls, a sinful tale of murder and incest. The Roanoke girls are rich, beauti...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Review: The World of Tomorrow by Brendan Mathews

A fascinating setting and a ripping (and often hilarious,) plot make The World of Tomorrow a winning read. In 1939, the World Fair opened in New York. For America, at least, it was a time of...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Around Adelaide (Best of Kathryn's Instagram)

❤️ #graffiti #rundlemall #adelaide #love #streetart #inspirationA post shared by Kathryn White (@kathrynsinbox) on Oct 1, 2017 at 4:24am PDT