Karen Scott! yooo-hooo

Hey KS, I write historicals that aren't set in England. They are historicals set in New York City. I was gonna push myself but figured that was tacky at your blog. Not at mine! Nossiree, that's my job around here, pushing my books in your face.
You can find descriptions of my historicals at my website: http://www.katerothwell.com And they're not even out of print yet!

See? One day I can't write worth shit, the next I'm strutting the stuff. Anyway, that's so yesterday, being down about writing. I managed to churn out three pages at the DMV today. It was wall-to-wall people at the CT DMV. Thirty folks ahead of me, lots of energetic toddlers, and muzak interrupted by a chirpy electronic voice announcing numbers. I haven't re-read the pages I wrote to see if they're any good, but considering the circumstances, I am proud of actually producing anything. Who cares if it was worth saving?**

Okay, so I'm a writer again. That means that my current depressed mood is brought to you by: "I'm Not Going to RWA and Everyone Else Is" Day.


A blah yet PC reference to good old Sam Johnson's "Sir, a woman's preaching is like a dog's walking on his hind legs. It is not done well; but you are surprised to find it done at all."


  1. I'm not going either, Kate. WAHHHH!

  2. yeah,[sob] we're having a big ol' pity party over at the other comments box.

  3. Lol!!! Well now I'm gonna have to check your historicals out aren't I!! BRB!

  4. Well Kate, I like the sound of Somebody To Love, so I'm gonna buy. I better love it! (g)

  5. If you do buy and read it, you'll have to let me know what you think . . . I can take it.

  6. I bought it, it will arrive in approximately 11 days! Sheesh!!


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