modern sensibilities

I have a guest post up at the RWANYC blog on having modern sensibilities but wanting to write history, which is sort of how Across the East River Bridge came about.

And right now, I’m twiddling my thumbs until midnight so I can get started on my NaNoWriMo novel, which I have been bravely sitting on for six weeks. (I seem to be writing… fantasy? That can’t be right. But it’s NaNo, so anything goes, I guess. I LOVE this idea, it’s all about New York through the ages and finding lost objects and… it’ll be good, I just know it. I want to start it!)

6 thoughts on “modern sensibilities

  1. Lcw says:

    I don’t know where else to put this, so sorry for off topic comment. Will there be a book about Neal’s story? I love Boy Next Door and have been hoping for Neal’s story. Thanks

  2. kate says:

    Hey Lcw—I’m working on the sequel to The Boy Next Door, which is indeed Neal’s story. Writing it is going a little slower than I would like, but hopefully soon!

  3. Lcw says:

    Oh that is great news. I must confess being a child of the north jersey suburbs makes me predisposed to the setting for the Boy Next Door. Re-reading it made me remember how much I wanted Neal’s story

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