Category Archive: kalifornia blu

BLOG TALK RADIO ~ Kendell Shaffer






I was so lucky to be interviewed by Winslow Eliot of WriteSpa, an Oasis for Writers on BlogTalkRadio. She made me feel so at home and asked me some questions I hadn’t even considered. Her topic was How Dancing Helps your Writing. You can listen here! And below is a photo of me dancing with my mom […]

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KAL BLU ~ Now in Paperback!






Very excited to say that you can now order KALIFORNIA BLU on Amazon in paperback. Just in time for beach reading.        

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KAL BLU ~ Location: Kalifornia Blu’s Penthouse






Years ago I got to house sit in this fab apartment building overlooking Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica. You park on the top of the building and take a glass elevator down to your floor. I stayed on the tenth floor and there was only one other apartment on the floor. So when the […]

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Kal Blu ~ Kalifornia Blu Sneak Peek






Stoked to announce that you can order Kalifornia Blu here on Amazon Kindle. Arrested for skateboarding at three o’clock in the morning at the VeniceBeach Skate Park, Kalifornia Blu’s life takes an unexpected turn when her rock star absent mom doesn’t show up at her sentencing hearing. To avoid a trip to Juvenile Hall, she tracks down […]

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KAL BLU ~ Meet the West LA Cadets






While on a hike in Los Liones Canyon on a random Wednesday afternoon, I ran into a group of LAPD Cadets. They were all in high school and have joined an after school leadership program with the LAPD, called, LAPD Cadets. The teens were wearing blue shirts with LAPD embroidered above the pocket. I chatted with […]

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KAL BLU ~ Meet the Silly Girls






Hanging out with Silly Girls, Hailey Villa, Sarah, Sara Mulligan and Sarah.          

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KAL BLU ~ Meet Victoria Le Claire






Regine Zylberberg , once dubbed Queen of New York by the New York Post. It’s said she ran over 50 night clubs in her lifetime. She’s an inspiration for Victoria, a character in my novel, Kalifornia Blu. But the original inspiration comes from Audrey Herman, founder of Spotlighter’s Theater in Baltimore. I started doing theater there […]

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