Kate Genovese

Kate Genovese is a registered nurse with over thirty years experience in the medical field. She has experience working in the substance abuse field and also with children that have been physically and sexually abused, as well as school nursing for five years; Kate presently works for a visiting nurse association.

Kate is the author of three books. "Thirty years in September; A Nurses Memoir," published by Four Seasons Press, 2001, which covers her thirty years as a nurse, and "Loving Joe Gallucci; Love and Life with Hepatitis C," which is based on a true story, also published by Four Seasons in 2003.

Kate has had many radio and TV interviews for her published books, and has been active with the hepatitis C community since her publication of "Loving Joe Gallucci." Some of the proceeds of the book go to the Liver Foundation.

Her latest novel, "Two Weeks Since My Last Confession," is the story of the O’Brien’s; a large Irish catholic, dysfunctional family from the 1960’s. Although a work of fiction, the author can identify with some of the characters she created because of her strong catholic and political upbringing, as well as some of the events that happened in her own life are portrayed loosely through her characters.
Kate lives in the Boston area with her husband and three children. She can be reached through email at kgeno67176@aol.com