Kathryn appears in the upcoming documentary feature MASTER OF DARK SHADOWS directed by David Gregory. Available April 16 on DVD and across all digital platforms. This comprehensive study of Dan Curtis includes interviews with Kathryn and many others from "Dark Shadows." The trailer is now live.
December is the month for giving!
Two of Kathryn's titles in Kindle are on sale in three different countries. Take advantage of these deals now and let the gifting begin!
DOWN AND OUT IN BEVERLY HEELS
NOW WITH YOU, NOW WITHOUT
Get your holiday shopping done early and easily with either some great old school Hollywood history or Kathryn's look back at four decades of "Dark Shadows."
Get either signed copies of Lobby Cards: Classic Comedies, Lobby Cards: The Classic Films or Dark Shadows: Return to Collinwood for $15.99 each and also receive a special holiday greeting card signed by Kathryn. Offer starts midnightET Thursday (Thanksgiving Day) and ends 11:59pmPT Monday. Get one for a friend or gift yourself before the craziness starts!
Click on the link above for the general sale page, or on the book cover below for each specific book.
Read about how Kathryn became involved in pop singer-songwriter Kyle Motsinger's tribute to the iconic show with his new single, aptly called “Dark Shadows." He and director Tyler William Milliron borrow heavily from the Gothic vibe and summon the spirit of Barnabas Collins.
If you're a member of Amazon Prime, please check out Kathryn's tender and compassionate book, A Welcome Respite: How I Regained My Strength, Patience and Wellbeing While Caregiving. It chronicles Kathryn's emotional journey to balance caregiving for her terminally ill husband with taking care of herself. Indeed, the caregiver is the last to receive care and to take a well-deserved break without guilt.
An Amazon reviewer writes:
While all caregiving experiences differ, there are enough nuggets of wisdom and insights for anyone to relate to balancing one's own life as a caregiver with taking care of the needs of the patient that is receiving the care. Ms Scott speaks warmly and candidly and welcomes you in to see her world, as is. You feel energized and relieved to know someone shares and understands this unique journey.
And if you like the book, please consider writing a review on its Amazon page.
"Author-caregiver, Kathryn presents a compelling account as a dedicated family caregiver... This is truly a heroic story of caregiving."
Grab a Kindle copy of NOW WITH YOU, NOW WITHOUT on sale at Amazon until the end of September for $1.99. The perfect, poignant read for those long autumn evenings for you, a caregiver or grieving spouse who needs some TLC and extra support.
Kathryn is featured in this New York Times story, along with Lauren Hutton, about the re-opening of the Playboy Club in New York City.
Don't forget! To celebrate this re-opening, Kathryn is offering a signed copy of the hardcover version of her biography The Bunny Years and a personal photo for the commemorative price of $19.60 (+ shipping & handling) to mark the year the Playboy Club opened in Chicago. Visit The Bunny Years Bundle page to order yours today.
In honor of the New York City Playboy Club reopening on September 12, Kathryn is offering a special package. It includes her well-reviewed oral history of the Playboy Club The Bunny Years and a signed photo. The price is $19.60, the year the Playboy Clubs started in Chicago. To purchase, please visit the book's page.
Written by a notable actress and former Playboy Bunny and coinciding with NBC’s new show "The Playboy Club," this collection of memories from more than 250 women is a smart oral history (Esquire).
A PROVOCATIVE AND INSIGHTFUL PORTRAIT OF THE BEAUTIFUL, FREE-SPIRITED, AND SURPRISINGLY INDEPENDENT WOMEN OF THE ICONIC PLAYBOY CLUBS
The 1960s were a time of change in America, an era when safely guarded innocence gave way to explosive social revolution. For Kathryn Leigh Scott, or Bunny Kay as she was known in the New York City Playboy Club, and the more than 250 former Bunnies she interviewed for this book, donning satin ears and a fuzzy cottontail was an act of liberation—a chance to bridge the gap between being girls and becoming women, to earn more money than their own mothers ever fathomed, and to find their way in a world that would never be the same. Lauren Hutton was a Bunny. Deborah Harry was too. Bunnies went on to become doctors, lawyers, stockbrokers, real estate tycoons, nurses, scientists, entrepreneurs, and teachers.
Called “a smart oral history” by Esquire and “entertaining” by Entertainment Weekly, The Bunny Years goes beyond Gloria Steinem’s infamous magazine exposé, “A Bunny’s Tale,” beyond detailed instructions for perfecting the “Bunny Dip” and providing Keyholders with “efficient, friendly, personalized service,” to explore, in the words of the remarkable women themselves, what it really meant to be a Bunny.
“A revealing yet nostalgic memoir of a hare-raising bygone era.” —People
“The Bunny mystique lives on.” —Chicago Tribune
“Just plain lots of fun.” —BookPage