Character Sheets As our Monday draws to a close, I thought I would end the day with another valuable writing tip. Today’s topic deals with one of the most important facets of your story. Your characters. Today’s topic is: Character Sheets. In my last post, I covered an easy way to create your timeline. The next […]Continue reading
Release of Promising infinity, The Hamilton Series Prequel Novella Promising infinity is the contemporary fiction/romance and free prequel novella to Reunited, The Hamilton Series, Book 1. Chapter 1 is now available for free download in PDF format from my site. Wednesday April 5, 2017, Chapter 2 will become available, and a new chapter will be released and posted to my […]Continue reading
Welcome to Motivational Mondays with Kate. This is a blog intended to help new writers overcome some of the challenges they face. I believe you can become a good writer, if that’s what you wish to do and you can learn at any age with the right tools. The tips I will be sharing may seem […]Continue reading
For any author, seeing your book in print is an exciting moment. It’s worth every moment of the trip, though it does take many hours and steps, including hours of editing. For new authors, it’s a daunting task to get that first book published. There are many steps along the road. The fun part is, generally, […]Continue reading
Book Review of Reunited ~ Book 1 Life is full of unexpected moments… Sometimes fate intervenes… A story about a second chance that changes everything… Forever… Happy Monday. For all you readers out there, I’m thrilled to share a recent review of Reunited a story of second chances at parenting after adoption. Access the review with this […]Continue reading
Welcome to my new blog series! I’m excited to start this, and in the next couple weeks, I will be adding another series as well titled Motivational Mondays with Kate. The difference between the two, you ask? Indie Friday is more about self publishing and the things I’ve learned along the way as I published […]Continue reading
As 2016 winds down, our thoughts tend to become introspective, and I find myself musing about the past year. It was full of ups and downs, and I learned a lot about writing. Today I have 10 tips I’d like to share from my own personal experiences as I have gone from new writer to published author.