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A graduate of a B.S. in Mass Communication at Tucson State University and she also a graduate of Journalism and Public affairs at American University. She realized at age 59 that the time was now to make a writing dream come true, thus launching herself into the world of blogging! Now, Kathi is preoccupied (some may say obsessed) with the issues of aging, graying, and pushing the limits of both. Kathi has also written several articles on aging, children, for Mind Body Green and Boomeon, dealing with, for the most part, an acceptance that she, as a Baby Boomer, was getting older and celebrating the uniqueness that accompanies that milestone.
Her first self-published book, HEART BLEED, was a compelling look back on her life and experiences (exploring such topics as God, abortion pre Roe v. Wade, adoption, divorce, suicide and domestic abuse), and her eventual reconciliation of heart and soul.
Her second non-fiction, THE BEST OF THE CHEAP SEATS, is an anthology of blog posts aimed at the new 40’s, the Baby Boomers. CHEAP SEATS is an engaging and challenging look at the issues confronting Baby Boomers as they move into the AARP years. In these excerpts from her blog “A View From The Cheap Seats Today”, Kathi deals with issues including aging, career changes, empty nesting, and mortality – all from the perspective of a Baby Boomer.
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