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Karen Kataline

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Author and speaker Karen Kataline received her master’s degree from Columbia University and has practiced in a variety of non-profit and corporate settings. She has been an assertiveness trainer and public speaking coach for a Manhattan communications firm and has taught communications and public speaking at the New School for Social Research, Parsons School of Design in New York, New Jersey’s Montclair State College, and Fairleigh Dickenson University, among others. She also lends her operatic voice to a variety of fundraisers and community events. Fatlash! is her first book. www.FATLASH.com

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Karen Kataline One's writing voice is as unique as one's speaking or singing voice.
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Karen Kataline I have to be "driven" to communicate a message. I don't just write for the joy of it, because frankly, it's not always a joy. It can be enveloping and…moreI have to be "driven" to communicate a message. I don't just write for the joy of it, because frankly, it's not always a joy. It can be enveloping and even excruciating. It's worth it however, when the process results in something that captures the ideas and is compelling to read. The drive to communicate is fascinating to watch in myself and in others.(less)
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Here's the Story by Maureen McCormick
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Ultimately, this book was better than I expected; more compelling and in some chapters, more frustrating. I found myself asking aloud when Maureen was going to get a clue. That is of course, what kept me reading. She does get some insight at the end. ...more
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My Lucky Life in and Out of Show Business by Dick Van Dyke
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I've always liked Dick Van Dyke. Few haven't. It's a disappointment when a memoir results in my liking the subject so much less. Van Dyke did indeed have a "lucky life." He was for the most part, directionless and frankly, oblivious while living it. ...more
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Fat Girl by Judith Moore
"Did you ever read a book that opened up old wounds, but helped you deal with some of your own demons? That is Fat Girl for me. She said things that I felt growing up. I didn't have the same relationship with my mother, but I had a brother who did..." Read more of this review »
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The Obesity Myth by Paul Campos
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“The legitimate powers of government extend to such acts only as are injurious to others. It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no god. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg.”
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“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.”
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