The Other Woman

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Being the other woman is difficult, so is looking for love when you finally believe enough in yourself.
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Published: March 07, 2012
Words: 2,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465974051
About Kat Halstead

I was born in a tiny town in the wild mountains of Colorado. After about a year and a half the parents moved themselves and me to New Jersey where I grew up. As a child I threw the coolest slumber parties ever, sadly my party throwing skills seemed to have peaked then. Now I'm more like a Mary Richards when it comes to throwing parties. I loved Nick at Nite (as if you couldn't have guessed from that last reference), and I have always loved soap operas. Every day on twitter you will find me tweeting about One Life to Live, for sure. Sometimes I will tweet and blog about other soaps. It all depends on how I feel that day and what makes me happy and what makes me angry.

I attended Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado and it was an amazing experience. I had amazing friends during my time at the Fort and while living in Durango. I now live in a small town in Minnesota, where I am trying to adapt to the weather (I have not had an easy time thus far), and the humidity. My first book being released is Secret Fantasy, when its available I will have all that information for you. I have spent years working on a web serial called Divisions which is still on the web and available to be read for free if you are interested.

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Reviews

Review by: Cherese Vines on June 29, 2012 : star star star star
I enjoyed it. I guess every experience prepares us for what we're really meant for. Her experience as the other woman prepared her to trust herself and her choice to be with Mr. One-and-Only. Great feel to the story. It has emotion without feeling cheesy.
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Review by: Adrienne Ruvalcaba on April 02, 2012 : star star star
Interesting read. I enjoyed nice balance between the subjective and objective experience of the narrator.
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