Eastside Hedge Witch: A Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel (Midlife Supernaturals #1) releases October 31! Since readers can’t “Look Inside” until the release date, I thought I’d share chapter one here:
Book lovers of all genres are welcome to come to Bally’s Convention Center, Las Vegas for a six hour book fair featuring over three-hundred authors (including yours truly). I’ll be there selling signed paperbacks from my Faerie Tales Series and the first book in my new Midlife Supernaturals Series Eastside Hedge Witch. My table partner[…]
If you enjoy urban fantasy with a heavy dose of humor and middle-aged characters (ya know Gen X weirdos but with powers), then this is the book for you.
I got the rights to Eastside Hedge Witch back from my publisher this weekend. I plan to indie publish the novel. Unlike my Faerie Tales series of novellas, Eastside Hedge Witch is a full-length, Paranormal Women’s Fiction, with a comedic vibe.
Sometimes a series can get boring by book five. However, Breene started the Leveling Up series with a narrow scope, focusing solely on Jacinta and her Ivy House quirky crew. With each installment she pans out showing the broader world of supernaturals. It’s a dangerous, cutthroat world, but Breene gives Jess an ever growing found family amid it all.
Welcome to Author Spotlight where both new and veteran authors share a little about themselves and their work. Today we have Paranormal Women’s Fiction author, Kate Moseman.
2020 was my year of Urban Fantasy reads, with side quests to Fantasy and Science Fiction. I’ve read 84 books this year (https://www.goodreads.com/user_challenges/19948110), and will read more. This list is comprised of books that I’ve read over the course of 2020, not ones published this year. Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler This[…]
When you write a novel, you’re going to run into research. Whether it be about diet or hygiene of a certain era or mythology and religious texts, doing your research will add a layer of depth to your world building. Hopefully, you won’t go into detail to the point of boring just to show how[…]
While I query Eastside Hedge Witch: A (Sub) Urban Fantasy, I thought I’d start other projects just in case it tanks. But, the story and characters drew me back in. The first book, though it served the purpose thematically of proving Miriam should not run from her problems and accept herself and her magic, was[…]
I’m a planster. Meaning I plot a little, I’ll do character mock up and story boards on Pinterest before I start writing, but leave pretty much everything up to the zero draft to work itself out. This method isn’t one that I suggest. Many times I’ve found myself rewriting and never finishing a draft because[…]