The 24th: A Short, Sweet, and Snarky Read to Get You Ready for the Holidays!

In case you missed it, my novella, The 24th, released last Friday! The book is available for purchase on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats. It makes a great stocking stuffer too! If you enjoyed it, please leave a review and let other readers know what you thought! https://www.amazon.com/24th-K-Hubbard/dp/1081773383/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?_encoding=UTF8&ref=ppx_pt2_mob_b_prod_image After their significant others find... Continue Reading →

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Get Ready for The 24th!

I'm so excited to announce that my novella, The 24th will be published on November first! If you love Christmas movies and all their trope-filled goodness, you'll love this short, sweet, and funny story! After their significant others find true love with someone else just days before Christmas, Jack and Ella decide to get revenge... Continue Reading →

A persistent little plot idea had been jumping around my brain since the fall. With three projects in various stages of writing, editing, and querying, I couldn't give it my attention, but it sat patiently waiting for me in the back of my mind. It's been a long time since I've had a brand new... Continue Reading →

The Value of Work

I recently started listening to the audiobook for Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America by Linda Tirado. Linda gives unflinching, unapologetic accounts of her experiences as an hourly worker barely living above the poverty line. She narrates the book with a clear and resolute tone and I noticed one thing in particular. She doesn't... Continue Reading →

Chapter 2: Adolescence

Steam Heat I wore a leotard, fishnet stockings, a blazer, and a top hat and danced provocatively with boys on a stage. FOR A PLAY, GUYS. For a play. First of all, let’s be real. Most musicals are not meant for children (lookin’ at you, Bob Fosse). They’re full of wildly inappropriate content and innuendo.... Continue Reading →

Chapter 1: Childhood

Rebel Without a Clue I ran away from my babysitter when I was eleven. My parents were at a meeting with a group of church members, and we kids were at the pastor’s parsonage next door. Two teenagers, a boy and girl, oversaw the little crew of kids ranging in age from toddlers to me,... Continue Reading →

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