My latest book is live! Thank you to my publisher, Curiosity Quills, for all the team's work on bringing this book to light. The print paperback will release soon but if you're a Kindle reader, you can get your copy now at this link. $6.08 or FREE on Kindle Unlimited. Writing Strange Truths This is an amateur detective … Continue reading Strange Truths release day
A super quick post to let you know I've set Totally Starcross'd freeeeee to fly out into the world on little flappy paper wings! My modern retelling of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is the story of 16 year old Romilly and 18 year old Julian, whose fathers are slugging it out for the job of Governor … Continue reading Totally Starcross’d free in multiple formats
I'm pleased to say Downfall has been included in a 10-book boxed set that will be available on July 10 for the astonishing price of 99c!
Witch of the Cards Catherine Stine Genre: paranormal historical suspense Publisher: Konjur Road Press Publication: March 2016 ISBN 13: 978-0-9848282-6-5 ISBN 13: 978-0-9848282-7-2 Number of pages: 265 Cover Artist: Mae I Designs Book Description: Fiera was born a sea witch with no inkling of her power. And now it might be too late. Witch of … Continue reading Witch of the Cards Release Day
You can now pre-order The Rift on Amazon Kindle and it will be delivered on November 6th, 2015. Pre-order here: http://tinyurl.com/pertudv. Excerpt: Ms. Deering looked unlike her usual peaceful self when she entered the room. She was pale under her tan, her mouth set in a hard line. It didn’t take an Empath to see there was a … Continue reading The Rift – pre-order link here
Mimi Shy and awkward, Mimi has just moved from Perry Ridge to Etherall Valley. She’s been medicated and seeing a psychiatrist for three years and she’s about to find out she’s not crazy after all. Cassie On a good day, Cassie is bubbly and fun. On any other day she’s snarky and scornful. But she … Continue reading Character Profiles: the Gifted Teens from The Seventh
I've been working on a new novel recently. It started with an idea (as these things do) but not much of a plot. I started writing anyway, blithely undeterred by something as insignificant as the lack of a storyline. Fortunately, a plot emerged as I wrote and I soon found myself with a decent map of the story … Continue reading The writing process (and process failure)