Kristen Houghton

Kristen Houghton

http://www.kristenhoughton.com

Kristen Houghton is the author of the popular series, A Cate Harlow Private Investigation. Book # 5 THE HAWAIIAN WORD FOR MURDER is available March, 2020. She is also the author of nine novels, two non-fiction books, a collection of short stories, a book of essays, and a children’s novella.
Houghton has covered politics, news, and lifestyle issues as a contributor to the Huffington Post.
Her writing portfolio includes Criminal Element Magazine, a division of Macmillan Publishing, Today, senior fiction editor at Bella Magazine, interviews and reviews for HBO documentaries, OWN, The Oprah Winfrey Network, and The Style Channel.

Before becoming a full-time  author, Kristen, who holds an Ed.D. in linguistics, taught World Languages on the high school and university levels. Along with her husband, educator Alan William Hopper, she is a philanthropist for Project Literacy and Shelters With Heart, safe havens for victims of domestic abuse and their pets .

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Without the Kindness of Strangers, Where Would We Be?

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How to Become an ‘Authorpreneur’ While Sheltering at Home

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The Much-Needed Human and Pet Connection

by Kristen Houghton
Happily Perfectly Imperfect
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Why Creating and Following a Routine is More Vital Than Ever

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Why Pets Are Keeping Us Happy During the Pandemic

by Kristen Houghton
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How to Deal with Stress and Frustration? Move!

by Kristen Houghton
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Why It’s Okay to Feel Defeated Now and Why It Will Pass

by Kristen Houghton
Business Man Breaking Pencil
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Emotional Fatigue in the Time of Political Upheaval and Covid-19

by Kristen Houghton
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Be the Architect of Your Own Life

by Kristen Houghton
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The Friendship Marriage

by Kristen Houghton
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The Conversation We Need to Start Having Around Divorce and Alimony

by Kristen Houghton
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Whose Weight Is It Anyway?

by Kristen Houghton
I used to have a bad habit of checking and answering my email and texts when I got out of bed at 6:00 in the morning. While doing that, I gulped, never savored or enjoyed, two cups of coffee.
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Keys to Make Your Happiness a Priority in 2020

by Kristen Houghton
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The Holiday Season and Charities

by Kristen Houghton
Make new traditions for you this year.
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The Holiday Affair – An Unwelcome Tradition of the Holidays

by Kristen Houghton
The Art of Step-Parenting
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New Mommy, New Daddy-The Art of Step-Parenting

by Kristen Houghton
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Triumph Over Adversity: The Inspiring Story of Jamila

by Kristen Houghton
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The Absolute Pleasure of Reading

by Kristen Houghton
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How Medicaid is Failing Those Who Need It Most

by Kristen Houghton
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Are You An Exercise Junkie?

by Kristen Houghton
I used to have a bad habit of checking and answering my email and texts when I got out of bed at 6:00 in the morning. While doing that, I gulped, never savored or enjoyed, two cups of coffee.
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The Eight O’ Clock Coffee Rule and Other Rules for a Balanced Life

by Kristen Houghton
Successful work advice
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Number 1 Tip at Work-Don’t Gossip

by Kristen Houghton
Successful work advice
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Redefine What Success Means to You (and only you)

by Kristen Houghton
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Is Happiness an Elusive State for Women?

by Kristen Houghton

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