Sunday, December 29, 2013

Another Successful Signing and Lecture at The Nonantum, Kennebunkport

Author Kate Genovese returned to 
THE NONANTUM in Kennbunkport, Maine in December to speak with other authors

Among them was author Tomie dePaola

Tomie dePaola, children's book author-illustrator, going strong at 79


A previous article in Seacost Times for a 2008 signing

KENNEBUNKPORT — Author Kate Genovese of Wells will sign copies of her latest book, "Two Weeks Since my Last Confession," from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Nonantum Resort, Kennebunkport.

"Two Weeks Since My Last Confession" grabs the reader into the family saga of the O'Brien family-capturing the changes in the social and domestic landscape of the last 25 years. The reader will cheer each character on to resolve their multi-faceted issues, such as war, drugs, abuse and family dynamics.

A portion of the proceeds of this event will go to the York County shelter program.
She lives in Boston and has a home in Wells. For information, visit
Genovese is the author of two previous books, "Thirty Years in September, A Nurses Memoir" and "Loving Joe Gallucci."



neuro.RAPT continues its exclusive four part bi-weekly docu-byte series on Severe Traumatic Brain Injury for both our veteran and civilian population.
Episode 2: Common Brain Lesions Associated with Severe TBI

led by Dr. Theresa Pape, a clinical neuroscientist at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital and Research Associate Professor at Northwestern University.

This segment covers:
1) What are some common brain lesions and how are they formed?
2) Can a mild Traumatic Brain Injury ("TBI") lead to this type of secondary injury?
3) How does our military recognize the symptoms of mild TBI?
4) What are some visual examples of mild TBI and severe TBI?
5) What are some of the consequences of severe TBI?

For those who missed Episode One: A Journey into Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

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To hear our latest interview on this series, listen to the podcast on Veterans Radio. (this aired on 990 AM WDEO, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1440AM WMAX Saginaw, MI and 98.5FM in Naples, Florida)

Saturday, December 28, 2013

Arlington Patch - Kate Genovese

Author Kate Genovese has three books in circulation, another that she has decided to keep unpublished for privacy reasons, and a fifth, April Showers, currently being edited for release in 2014.

     As hostess of Table Talk, an interview program produced at Woburn Public Media Center, Genovese gets to "turn the tables" and ask the questions after years of responding to radio and TV hosts regarding her writings - Thirty Years in September: A Nurse's Memoir, Loving Joe Gallucci and Two Weeks Since My Last Confession.

   Loving Joe Gallucci is now in script form as well as in softcover and available on download, as are the other two books.

   A long-time nurse, Genovese gives her commentary on pertinent health care headlines on her blog    It can be located on      She keeps in touch with her friends and readers on Facebook as well as her Twitter - 

     Watch those sites for her lectures, upcoming tv shows, book signings and other activities.

     Check out Kate's banner on