Kate Moses on the official publication day of her compelling new memoir, Cakewalk.
How is writing supposed to fit in with all of this celebrating? Five sure-fire tiny miracles for writers trying to make it through the holidays. CLICK HERE.
Simply put, I wanted my daughter (still in utero at this point) to have a mother that would model having the courage to do what she loves. READ MORE
I think moms are some of the most creative, resourceful people on Earth. They are able to multi-task (it is practically a prerequisite of being a modern mother to be able to talk on the phone, make a sandwich, change a diaper and tie a shoe simultaneously!) and accomplish so much for their families during the day. Every day. But it is a thankless job and if you’re successful at it, you’re taken for granted. READ MORE: CLICK HERE.
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Because besides the amazing sentences my boys utter and the laughs they earn and the hugs they give, there are also endless meals to cook, surfaces to wipe down (counters and bottoms and floors) and dishes to clean and toys to pick up off the floor–again–and laundry to do and baths to be given and hair to be washed and no one likes to brush teeth, it turns out . . .