Kathryn Hall is an internationally known book publicist, who has spent over three decades promoting bestselling books designed to make a difference, expressed in her popular tagline, “Changing the world one book at a time.”
Kathryn is also an author, a passionate gardener, a devoted mother, a keen Nature observer and an animal lover. She holds a B.A. in English from Kent State University and did graduate work in the field of Social and Cultural Anthro-pology at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. She was the contributing health writer for The Financial Times Guide to Business Travel (Financial Times/Prentice Hall, London). She is a member of the Mendocino Art Center and a Twitter contributor for the San Francisco Chronicle. Her articles have appeared in Science of Mind, Ode Magazine, OdeWire, Personal Excellence, Bird Watcher’s Digest, the San Francisco Business Times, Journal for Quality and Participation, Western North Carolina Woman, Training and Development Journal and Garden Writer’s Association’s Quill and Trowel . She is the author of Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom from the Garden, declared by Midwest Book Review to be “a remarkable and riveting read”. Her stories have been republished in Western North Carolina Woman, in Whole Person Calendar and have been translated into Dutch and published in Ode Magazine, Nederlands. Please visit publisher Estrella Catarina’s site for more information.
While based primarily in Northern California, Kathryn has spent many years living abroad, in the Netherlands, in Mexico and in the Caribbean. There are always Border Collies and kitties at her side.
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You can email Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org.