“Writers should be read but not seen. Rarely are they a winsome sight.”
Kathy’s publishing career dates back to 1997. She published two romances with Bantam’s Loveswept line—one of which, For Love or Money, won a 1997 Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award.
In 2012, Kathy self-published two futuristic thrillers. Amanda’s Eyes is a tale of murder and mayhem with a dash of “there are more things under heaven, Horatio.” Why Live? is two parts futuristic thriller, one part love story.
She is currently working on the sequel to Amanda’s Eyes, a journey into murder and mind control called Mind Games.
Thanks to her day job as a communications specialist with a major university, Kathy has written more than one hundred features for print and the web.
She is a member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, the Alliance of Independent Authors, the Independent Author Network, the Independent Author Index, the Indie Writers’ Network, World Literary Cafe, and the International Association of Business Communicators.
When not writing futuristic thrillers, she works as a communications specialist, takes brisk walks with Molly (her dog), reads, and indulges in her latest hobby at the firing range.