What a fantastic interview! I found one of D G Kaye’s books browsing on line a while ago, and laughed so hard I nearly fell off my chair – brilliant author. Now I see she has other books out – one concerning her narcissistic parent – another subject I find absolutely riveting – I’ll be reading all of these. Thanks for sharing another great author Sal!
My guest today is Canadian memoir and nonfiction author and blogger D.G. Kaye (D.G.). It is clear that D.G delights both the women she writes for and I suspect the men who sneak a peek with her down to earth and often humorous look at life. There is also a serious side that comes across in D.G’s books and in her blog posts that strips back the layers that are formed in relationships. Those that are good for us and those that are harmful. I will take a closer look at her writing later in the introduction.
D.G was born and raised in Toronto where she still lives and writes about her own life experiences, matters of the heart and women’s issues. She began keeping a journal as she lived through a turbulent childhood which was lacking in emotional support from her narcissistic mother. This challenging start in life was…
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