Author Archives: Kathleen Eagle

About Kathleen Eagle

Kathleen Eagle is the award-winning, New York Times best-selling author of over forty novels.

Building Bridges, People To People

I just watched an excellent documentary—LOVE a good documentary—on PBS called “Bridge the Gap To Pine Ridge.”  Documentarian and host Chris Bashinelli spent some quality time among the Oglala Lakota on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and set … Continue reading

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Party At Tiffany’s

           It’s a book!            It’s a movie! It’s a terrific party theme, this one facilitated by my daughter.  I’d call her a chip off the ol’ block, but Elizabeth has her own flair, and she’s a quicker study and … Continue reading

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Who Knew?

We all know that numbered lists make good titles for non-fiction books, right?  10 Ways or 5 Steps or 7 Habits.  The numbered list seems do-able, manageable, measured out in bites we can probably find the time and wherewithal to … Continue reading

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A Bad Boy On the Bucket List JUST THIS ONCE

Welcome JUST THIS ONCE author,  Trish Jensen! I admit to being somewhat of a prude. In fact, except for my current editor, every single one of my previous editors would call me, exasperated and say, “Nice try, Trish, but yes … Continue reading

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Eagles’ Nest Becomes Hogwarts School

If you know this sign, you’re in league with my granddaughter and most of her 5th grade classmates.  And their parents and grandparents.  And a good portion of the reading public worldwide.  Oh, and Harry Potter and all his friends … Continue reading

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Coming To Light

Are you a fan of American Indian culture and history?  How about photography?  Just discovered a fabulous Sundance documentary—Coming To Light—about the life and work of turn-of-the-century photographer Edward S. Curtis.  We’ve all seen his iconic pictures, but I knew … Continue reading

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Happy Summer Solstice!

And happy birthday to my firstborn, David.  He was due on June 8th, but since we already had a family birthday on the 8th—my mother’s—David waited.  And waited.  I went into labor on the 19th, but that was not his … Continue reading

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