After so many storm clouds and mistakes, Bree finally makes peace with her gift and her dreams–and the woman she loves.
Musicians hear tintinnabuli, tonality and hierarchical pitch delivered through the intersection of mathematics and sound. The rest of us hear music. Our ears, through the very human reaction of nerves and sensation, translate it to emotion.
The woman who sees in my books an affirmation of who she is and her right to basic respect and hope in her life…
Interview of Karin Kallmaker for The L-Word Literature by Lynne Jamneck
From the frustrated fumblings of teenagers to the dangerous games of adult passion, Maybe Next Time is a story of professional glory, personal tragedy – and finally love.
by Karin Kallmaker
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For the record, Karin can’t paint or play an instrument (so writes about both), has trouble following a recipe (ergo the food porn), and has little aptitude for hard science (even though smart is the new sexy). She does have a marginal talent for double-entry bookkeeping. All of this explains why Car Pool and Above Temptation feature super sexy accountants who love music and food.