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Kate Racculia
Kate Racculia is a writer living in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She studied illustration, design, Jane Austen, and Canada at the University of Buffalo and has her MFA from Emerson College. Kate teaches novel and genre fiction workshops at Grub Street, Boston's non-profit creative writing community.... show more
Kate Racculia is a writer living in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. She studied illustration, design, Jane Austen, and Canada at the University of Buffalo and has her MFA from Emerson College. Kate teaches novel and genre fiction workshops at Grub Street, Boston's non-profit creative writing community. She has been a bookseller, a planetarium operator, a coffee jerk, a designer, and a proposal writer.She was a teenage bassoonist. In her hometown of Syracuse, New York, she played in her high school band, the Lyncourt Summer Concert Band, the Syracuse Symphony Youth Orchestra, and various NYSSMA festivals. Her bassoon was named Nigel.Bellweather Rhapsody is her second novel.
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Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 2 years ago
I'm going to start with some of my favorite passages from the book. Just so I can remember the potential. "All relationships are real," said Tuesday. "Friendship can be as deep as the ocean. It's all a kind of love, and love isn't any one kind of thing." "This was self-medicating drunk, this w...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 6 years ago
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This was the first in a string of books I liked and also didn’t like as much as I expected to. I know several other people who LOVED it (here’s Jenny’s review) and I do see why, but it also just wasn’t my reading experience. I did finish, obviously, and I did like it–but I’m a bit troubled by Minnie...
Tellulah Darling
Tellulah Darling rated it 6 years ago
I have a sneaking suspicion that between this cover and the title, that if I'd seen Bellwether Rhapsody before having it recommended to me, I wouldn't have given it a second glance and that would have been a real shame. Falling in love with a book is a wonderful sensation. That first flush of conn...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 12 years ago
"This Must Be The Place," Kate Racculia's debut novel, is tricky to classify. Part coming-of-age story, part romance, and part mystery -- but all entertaining.Racculia's main characters are widower Arthur Rook, boarding house owner Mona Jones and Mona's daughter Oneida. Rook comes to stay at the D...
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