With the e-book release of Shivering World, we are pleased to post an excerpt from the first chapter on the website! You can download it . HERE
Great news! An updated version of Kathy’s Bantam and Bethany House book Shivering World was recently re-released in e-book format with Greenbrier Book Company. You can order your copy for Kindle or Nook at Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble. Click here to order your copy today.
With the e-book release of Crystal Witness, we are pleased to post an excerpt from the first chapter on the website! You can read it here.
Great interview and general overview of Kathy’s work and writing journey by E. Stephen Burnett. His post “Defeating Gnostic Forces in Fantasy Fiction” is linked here. Enjoy!
We are looking to expand the Firebird series bios on the official Firebird fan page! Click on the survey below to choose your TOP 5 FAVORITE secondary characters that you would like to know more about. New bios for the 5 characters with the most votes will appear on the website’s …
Kathy recently interviewed with the American Christian Fiction Writers website. The interviewer, Becky Jacoby, asked some unique questions that Kathy is rarely asked. You can check out the interview here.
The first of the Daystar reviews has arrived. Check out the blog post at Celtic Frog Reviews here.
Kathy is a guest author on the Speculative Faith Blog. She covers her inspiration and process of Daystar (and the greater Firebird universe as a whole.) Click here to read it.
To celebrate the release of Daystar, for the month of April Marcher Lord Press is offering a special $0.99 eBook release of the Firebird: Book One of the Annotated Trilogy for the month of April. Go to Amazon or Barnes and Noble to order your copy today!
Can’t wait for Kathy’s latest novel, Daystar, to arrive at your house or you e-reader? We have posted the first three chapters of Daystar on the website. Click here to read these sample chapters.
Wonderful review of Kathy’s Wind and Shadow by Valerie Comer. Check it out here.
An academic writer critiques Kathy’s work, along with “Christian science fiction” in general. He makes some intriguing observations in his blog post here.
Family Fiction Magazine interviewed Kathy for their September / October edition. You can download a copy from their site or visit their online viewer.