Katherine Kuzma-Beck

An academic mom.

When I was in my early 20’s, I broke up with my high school/college sweetheart and packed up my life for a semester abroad in Paris. I am all about books that take me back to Paris, especially those that are about a newly single woman navigating her new world in one of the world’s …

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It is a fact that my son did not want to be born. I did EVERYTHING I possibly could to start labor. I walked, ate hot food, bounced on a ball, did all kinds of stretches…everything, but I would not dilate and the moment the doctor said they were willing to induce, I jumped on …

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A lot of the time I get from people the “I don’t know how you do it all” comment. And the truth is, I really don’t either, but I’ll give you a glimpse into what it’s really like. It’s 3:30 AM. The dogs are snoring on the floor. My husband is snoring on the couch. …

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I was 20 years old and riding a train to either Versailles or Fontainebleau. At that time in my life, I was a devoted student of art history who waffled between going to graduate school for art history or maybe doing something entirely different and going for something like nursing because as passionate as I …

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