Welcome to Karilogue.com, where the goal is to both entertain and inform. Kari tackles her experiences with a mix of her sense of adventure and her sense of dread; she’s always sure that the current adventure will be the death of her. This blog was started in Germany, where Kari lived for 4 years as an ex-pat, and it continues now in the United States.
Kari has traveled quite a bit in her lifetime, but Germany was the first country where she was unable to communicate right off the bat, even as a multilingual. She arrived in fall of 2012 with about 5 words of German under her belt. Although one of them–Bratwurst–proved valuable, having a lot of blanks and nothing to fill them with was a daunting challenge. This gave her a new appreciation for those learning English as a Foreign Language after moving to the United States, which prompted her to put her Master’s in Linguistics and prior TESOL experience to good use.
About Kari’s services, such as TESOL and tutoring.
About Kari’s writing projects, such as the Flash Series, June’s Hat, and 50×50.
Kari is a member of SCBWI and will be attending the SCBWI conference in New York this February. She is also enrolled in the Writing for Children and Young Adults master’s certificate program at McDaniel College.