Kate Dolan

About me

Kate Dolan writes award-winning historical fiction and romance under her own name and children’s books and contemporary mysteries under the name K.D. Hays. A professional writer since 1992, Kate has written everything from legal analysis to a weekly newspaper column on religion. She holds a degree in English, history and drama from The Catholic University of America and a law degree from The University of Richmond, but prefers to work with kids rather than lawyers because the former are generally better behaved. Originally from Chicago, she now lives outside Baltimore with her husband, son, daughter and way too many pets. When she’s not writing, you can find her coaching jump rope, demonstrating 18th Century cooking and laundry techniques, driving a carpool somewhere or walking a handful of dogs.

From my website

We Should All Know Her Name, Too.

With the way history is taught in schools these days, more kids could tell you about the accomplishments of Rosa Parks than those of George Washington. Whether that’s a good or bad thing is a subject I’m not going to tackle at the moment. The injustice I want to point…

What Does Your Irish Name Mean?

It’s a rather arrogant exaggeration to say that everyone wants to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but it is true that those with some family ties to Ireland are more likely to remember them around March 17. And it’s a great excuse to drink Irish whiskey or the most…

Regency Underwear — What’s Love Got to Do With It?

For three days only, it’s the Welcome to the Cotillion Authors Blog Tour & Scavenger Hunt! —International—  February 14-17, 2014  Janice Bennett • Kate Dolan • Susana Ellis • Saralee Etter • A.S. Fenichel • Aileen Fish • Barbara Miller • Hetty St. James • Elaine Violette We’re not your…

 
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