Author Archives: Kat G

About Kat G

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

A look behind, a look ahead.

Another year coming to a close. Now’s the time that I generally sit down and just do a reflection post, talk about what happened this year, and I find myself unsure of what starting point to pick. There’s been a lot … Continue reading

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Once bitten, twice shy?

Once again, on request of Ace Livingston. What do you do if your ex comes back into your life and asks if you can “try again”? I’m sure you’ve had this once in a blue moon, or thought that you … Continue reading

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J’Accuse – In the 21st Century

Taking a page from Emile Zola’s handbook – and coming out strongly and openly against what has been on the news. Continue reading

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On Opposite-Sex Friendships

So I am once again thinking of a discussion on my friend Ace Livingston’s Facebook: opposite-sex friendships. It’s something I’ve been seeing a lot as part of the music world, and especially from the perspective of 1. young, 2. female and … Continue reading

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On Being Thankful, and Thanksgiving Day.

Happy Thanksgiving, to all of y’all. Or as I’m prone to saying, Happy Turkey Day. They’re not one and the same to me, and more or less there’s a lot of personal reasons for it, including but not limited to … Continue reading

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In Regards to the Punched Shopper

Story here.  Long and short: kid throws epic tantrum in the store. Aggravated shopper asks the mother to quiet the kid down. Gets punched in the face for doing so. Mother is arrested and charged with assault. My opinion? GOOD! … Continue reading

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The Thing About The Ring

Michael Baisden’s new topic of discussion: does it matter if a guy doesn’t wear his wedding ring? I ask: why does such a ridiculous question even need to be asked? Warning – long-winded and personal. As usual, a disclaimer that not … Continue reading

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