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Karen Coulters

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KAREN COULTERS grew up in the Midwest with roots in New England. Traveling to the coast of Maine every summer was a highlight of Karen’s younger years; so, it only made sense that she move there after graduating. Married in 1982, they relocated to New Hampshire, became a mother of two, and grand-mother. Artistic expression has always been in her DNA. She’s performed on stage as a vocalist, actress, and speaker. She’s a writer of scripts that depict real life in order to make someone think and consider change. However, being a novelist has been her lifelong dream. She says, “Timing is everything, and my time came in 2017, when the urge to write became something that I could no longer ignore.”

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Karen Coulters I'm currently reading Summer of '69 by Elin Hilderbrand. Myself, having been born in 1963 and having older siblings, one of which was drafted, I can t…moreI'm currently reading Summer of '69 by Elin Hilderbrand. Myself, having been born in 1963 and having older siblings, one of which was drafted, I can truly relate. My next pic is Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. That all being said, I need to take the time to write!(less)
Karen Coulters I work out, go for a run, give myself a change of scenery, and avoid beating myself up. It just takes a thought, a few words on the page that can beco…moreI work out, go for a run, give myself a change of scenery, and avoid beating myself up. It just takes a thought, a few words on the page that can become a paragraph, and before you know it, the block is gone. You just need to write, even if it doesn’t come out like you thought it would. Creative minds can lead to the unknown and sometimes the unknown is even better than you imagined it could be.(less)
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