Name Kate
Location Seattle, WA
Member Since Feb 05, 2009
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Hello, my name is Kate and I am a compulsive fiction writer.
My first story was called "Super Cat". It wasn't good, it was horribly spelled, and the idea was mostly plagiarized. Every journal I own begins with a few days of my life and the rest is a hastily-scrawled record of whatever story came out. Ideas come from my dreams. I think about my stories in bed as I drift off to sleep. I often wake at three am with a writing revelation. I might be dreaming up romance stories behind you in the line at the DMV, composing the plot for a mystery while we wait for the bus, or texting a poignant line for my main character to my email address from the bathroom at the mall. Thanks to my laptop and some late-blooming self-discipline, scrawled notes in a journal or random thoughts scribbled in the margins of a wadded-up grocery list have taken physical form. I live in Seattle, Washington with my wonderful husband and three energetic children. Most of my writing is done to the sound of my children’s voices, and is interrupted every few sentences. I wouldn’t have it any other way!




9 parts / 13 pages, updated Jul 14, 2012PG
Two teens fall prey to the deadly Horarium Virus, which kills the infected within 11 months. Banished to the Quarantine Zone, they meet and find love within tragedy. They also le... read more
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The Silver Collar

The Silver Collar

6 parts / 15 pages, updated Apr 20, 2012PGCompleted
Bought as a child to slave at an inn, Lyneth suffers under a terrible curse. Her frightening transformations are stopped when a priest puts a silver collar around her ne... read more
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Thank you, Samantha! I may go back over it again and write more in the future. I have so many ideas for stories, it's hard to decide what to work...
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This is a really intriguing scene! I'm interested in how it will progress (and a little afraid--in a good way).
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