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1802, 2016

Music Lover? You’ll Love These Novels

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Music has always been a part of the creative process for me. I play classical guitar and am a music […]

1802, 2016

Novels That Ask, What’s At Stake in Starting Over?

By |February 18th, 2016|All Posts, On the Bookshelf, The Craft of Writing|0 Comments

One of the themes that I explore in my novel Play for Me is second chances and the disruption we […]

1802, 2016

The Joy of Unintended Consequences: My Unlikely Path to Becoming a Music Journalist

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I became a music journalist because my husband gave me guitar lessons as a birthday present. It was a lovely […]

2107, 2015

A Conversation About LAYLA with Céline Keating

By |July 21st, 2015|All Posts, The Craft of Writing|0 Comments

Q: You’ve described your novel by saying that “Layla is the story of a young woman whose journey forward is […]

2107, 2015

Abbas and Me: The Amazing Story About the Cover for LAYLA

By |July 21st, 2015|All Posts, The Craft of Writing|0 Comments

The short story is that the photo credit for the cover image goes to Mr. Abbas Rahbar.  But there’s a […]

2107, 2015

Céline Keating : On Literature and Activism

By |July 21st, 2015|All Posts, The Craft of Writing|0 Comments

I grew up in a working-class community in Queens, New York. My parents, sister, and I lived in a small […]

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