Author Archives: Kat G

About Kat G

Sci-fi author. Jazz aficionado, an all-around enjoyer of peace, quiet, beauty, and contemplation.

Shout out: Smooth Jazz for Scholars

If you are a jazz fan and don’t know about Jay Rowe’s Smooth Jazz for Scholars, you probably should. Here’s the back story, kids. Jay Rowe is the keyboardist for Special EFX, as well as a lot of other people. If … Continue reading

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I guess I have to say this again.

I’ve said it early last year with my post about needing new artists.  I’m afraid I have to do the one thing I loathe: repeat myself. We. Need. New. Artists. At. Jazz. Festivals.  It’s really beginning to look like what … Continue reading

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Can someone please make this guy go away?

I’ve refrained from writing on the media circus that is this election cycle, right up until now. Donald Trump is using Russian war vets to prop himself up. This right here? Is why I’m enraged to the point where I’m … Continue reading

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Yes, Screenwriting Makes a Difference

I’ve been toying around with the screenplay versions of my books for some time. The first one is out, the second one will probably be my de-stressing mechanism for tax season. (When the numbers make my eyes blur, I have … Continue reading

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More in NYC News/Some Musings

Well, ladies and gents, seems that there’s enough to report on. But here’s the best part of them all: The tax abatement program for developers has finally expired! I think all of us stalwart NYers are breathing a sigh of relief … Continue reading

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Hold the phone, Cuomo

I don’t write about NYC goings-on lately, and I think this needs to change. Considering that my readership is pretty much all over the place, and yes, I do have my New Yorkers reading too, I’m not exactly going to … Continue reading

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Ends and Beginnings of a Year

There’s an old saying that I’ve grown fond of over the years, and the saying is, “The way you start a year is the way the year will go.” In so, so, so many ways, this has been proven true. … Continue reading

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