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WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR

a nostalgic romantic comedy
BOSTON CLASSICS #1
The course of true love never did run smooth, but in this smart and sexy 20th-century historical fiction rom-com with a feisty heroine and a beta hero, returns on love can’t be measured on the S&P 500.

FORGET ABOUT ME

a nostalgic romantic comedy
BOSTON CLASSICS #2
An underwear model, a best friend’s little sister, and a dog who steals the show make for an unexpected mix in this bittersweet romantic comedy.

Short Fiction

LIKE IT’S 1999

A nostalgic romantic comedy novella

BOSTON CLASSICS #2.5

They’re never getting married…at least not in the 20th century.

SIGNED, SEALED & DELIVERED

A nostalgic romantic comedy novelette

BOSTON CLASSICS #1.5

This vintage romantic comedy novelette tells the story of the sweet childhood friendship and steamy teenage affair between vivacious Lucy Minola and soulful Ben Porter and is a prequel to Book 2 in the Boston Classics series.
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Can’t Get Used to Losing You

(short story)

Vintage Love Stories
Blunderwoman Productions, August 2018

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“These love stories, with themes as old as time, are worth listening to again and again.”

AudioFile Magazine review

The Way You Make Me Feel

(as yet unpublished full-length romance)
First Place winner, Contemporary Romance Series, NJ Put Your Heart in a Book Contest, November 2017

Non-fiction

Epiphany (essay)

written by K.E. White, performed by Karen White

Nevertheless We Persisted, Me Too
Blunderwoman Productions audio-first anthology, assistant editor, Karen White

“This mix of performances, filled with candor and authenticity, inspires listeners to join the chorus of voices that are demanding change.”

AudioFile Magazine Earphones winner, SOVAs winner & Audies finalist 2019

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Faith (essay) and The Box (poem)

Nevertheless We Persisted
Blunderwoman Productions audio-first anthology
October 2017

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The Extra Ingredient: So You Wanna Be a Movie Extra?

(column)
Salt Magazine February 2015