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Sheryl Kayne Writes

Building an Author’s Platform

Saturday, August 3, 2019

Building an author's platform is not a simple task. In fact, building an author's platform is far more complicated and time consuming than I ever imagined. I've learned that I am one of many writers who are receiving the same message from mainstream publishers: You must have a strong author's platform (prepare for the zinger ...

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What Are You Doing Saturday, May 11?

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

What are you doing Saturday, May 11? Come join me in New York City at the Renewal Summit, from 9AM to 4 PM at The Center, 208 W. 13th Street. I am so excited to be part of this all day event of panels and speakers who will inspire you to live your best life right now. I ...

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Mark Twain House, Hartford, CT: Books and Ghosts

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Mark Twain: "Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see." A great place to visit is the Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut. I admit it, I've been lost in Hartford, CT and felt pretty uncomfortable about it. Once I was on the circular highway trying to exit, my GPS ...

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When the Truth is Stranger Than Fiction

Friday, March 22, 2019

Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Telling the truth can actually be a lot more fun than making it up. I teach on the university level and am amazed by how often I'm asked by my students, "Is that the truth or you just made it up?" I tend to sputter a response, "Of course ...

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The Perception of Parents As Parents

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Three generations I read some research on children and parents that has kept me thinking about myself, my children and parents, and bringing it up with others. There were two major points. One, children perceive their parents as the parents they were, raising their family. I've often felt that way that my children still relate ...

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Take a Hike

Friday, August 17, 2018

I love walking and I do that regularly, but when I have tried going to the next level of hiking, I have not done so well. It turns out; I am not the only one. “I was in such a rut of working, cooking, eating, talking, sleeping and working,” says Katherine, age 55, “I wanted ...

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