Author Archives: KD_DuBois_author

About KD_DuBois_author

Author, veteran, dog-mom, cyclist. Book: Daughter of the South Wind Twitter: kd_du_bois Instagram: kd.dubois Facebook: kdduboisfan

Looking Back and Forward

The end of 2019 is upon us, and as usual, I’ve been looking at the year’s accomplishments so I can set goals for 2020. Of course, I looked at the goals I’d set for 2019, and unfortunately, not many got … Continue reading

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Veterans Day

Veterans Day is when we take time to remember and pay respects to those who have served, and are serving, our nation. I’m a veteran, and while I appreciate the thank-yous and special deals, I really just like to do … Continue reading

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Author Focus: Iuliana Foos

A good friend of mine, who is also a Soul Mate Publishing author, has an exciting week happening. Not only is the third, and final, book of a series releasing on Wednesday, but her first book is also on sale … Continue reading

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Summer Vacation…Kinda

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since Soul Mate Publishing released my debut novel, Daughter of the South Wind. Seems like yesterday I was editing to ensure I used the Oxford comma and reading the manuscript backwards to … Continue reading

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Summer Green

Whenever I think of summer, the color green pops into my head. Looking up from my laptop to give my eyes a break, my neighbor’s healthy lawn fills my view. The blue-tinted blades of grass contrast with the bright, chartreuse … Continue reading

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Get Ready for May

Quick question—where did April go? Seems like yesterday I was admiring the blue bonnet blooms on the side of the highway, and now we’ve hit temperatures in the nineties. Spring did it’s usual touch-and-go here in south Texas, and I … Continue reading

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SPRINGing Forward

Did everyone make it through the Daylight Saving Time transition without any bloopers, like showing up late to work, church, or your kid’s state final basketball game? I have to admit, I love springing forward. Doing so accentuates the other … Continue reading

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