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Benny and the Greatest Bowel Movement in Literature

Benny and the Greatest Bowel Movement in Literature

Several years ago, as an interminable mediation of a high-profile trademark case stretched into the wee ...

Sex, Ecclesiastes, and Jewish Mothers

Sex, Ecclesiastes, and Jewish Mothers

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One of the unexpected joys of writing a mystery series--or any series--is getting to spend more ...

An Author Event in the Era of COVID-19

An Author Event in the Era of COVID-19

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I now have my own sequel to one of my favorite novels by the great Gabriel ...

Cover Reveals: The Good, the Bad, and, well . . .

Cover Reveals: The Good, the Bad, and, well . . .

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Most authors have little say in the design of our book covers, and thus arrives that ...

Awesome Role Models for Rachel Gold–and All Women

Awesome Role Models for Rachel Gold–and All Women

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As I would imagine is true for most authors, by the time we write that very ...

Can’t Leave Rachel Out!

Can’t Leave Rachel Out!

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As you might infer, the main character in my Rachel Gold mystery series is named Rachel ...

Pre-Publication Reviews of PLAYED!

Pre-Publication Reviews of PLAYED!

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Here are some excerpts: ". . . brisk, sprightly entertainment." Kirkus Review "Kahn is the author of ...

Bringing Up the Rear: The Literary Mic Drop

Bringing Up the Rear: The Literary Mic Drop

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Many years ago, my agent offered me the following advice: "The most important sentence of your novel ...

Bromance: My Favorite Fictional Couple

Bromance: My Favorite Fictional Couple

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I recently received a question on the Goodreads website asking who was my favorite fictional couple, ...

Meet Me in St. Louis: Toasted Ravioli, Hoosiers, and High School

Meet Me in St. Louis: Toasted Ravioli, Hoosiers, and High School

If asked to name the key elements of their favorite novel, most readers would place at ...