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Katie Li
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Indie author. Huffington Post blogger. Curator of The Beautiful Worst. Native Bostonian. Lifelong Kung Fu Girl.
Indie author. Huffington Post blogger. Curator of The Beautiful Worst. Native Bostonian. Lifelong Kung Fu Girl.

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People often ask me, "Where do you go to meet writers in Boston?" I finally put together a complete guide of my favorite meet-ups, organizations, bookstores, and writerly haunts in Boston.

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Book Bird Fiction blogger, Millie Walker, kindly invited me to be part of her Christmas Advent Spectacular. Every day until Christmas she's featuring a different book, author, and giveaway. Day 3 is Somewhere In Between + my guest post on why I went indie--with tips on how to get started with your own indie publishing endeavors!

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Jessica Critcher and I are NaNoWriMo buddies/co-conspirators, and we're going to be celebrating Day 15 of NaNoWriMo with a virtual brunch google hangout. Bring your own french toast and join us!
#NaNoLadies Jessica Critcher and Katie Li are celebrating the halfway mark of NaNoWriMo by getting together for a virtual brunch. Bring your own bloody mary and favorite brunch fare and hang out with some fellow WriMo's. We'll chat about our projects, exchange strategies for the last half of the month, and probably do a word sprint, too!

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ICYMI: The lovely Linda Sienkiewicz featured Somewhere In Between on her blog: What, Why, How. Check it out!
WHAT? Somewhere In Between, a Young Adult/New Adult crossover novella about two friends who find a portal to another dimension. They use the this “in-between place” to avoid the stress of their everyday lives in high school, then later when they reconnect…

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To celebrate Banned Books Week, Katie Eelman, Media & Events Coordinator at Papercuts JP, and I put together a recommended reading list of novels about women at the end of the world.

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Now on the Kung Fu Girl Blog: a post about process, and where ideas for books come from. (Hint: Writers hear voices in their heads, and might be a little crazy.) Where do you get your ideas from?

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Updating my reading list with these Murakami-esque titles. I had no idea that Paprika is based on a book! Must go to bookstore ASAP. 

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"How Kung Fu Girl Books Got It's Name, or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Defeat The Butcher" An inaugural post from the Kung Fu Girl Blog

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Added photos to "Somewhere In Between" Virtual Launch Party.

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Somewhere In Between is launching with a big party in Boston on August 25, but I'm so excited about sharing my first book with the world, I thought it would be fun to do a virtual launch party the week before! I'll read a little bit from Somewhere In Between and we can chat about what we've been reading (or writing) these days! Stop by, bring your own wine or tea, and say hi :)
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