(links coming soon)


(YA fantasy, revisions in progress)
When aspiring author Sarah Marsden wakes up in the fantasy world of her novel, she thinks it's just the best dream ever, and she's happy to stay in the sidelines and watch everything unfold. But then her characters start going off plot, and she realizes she must intervene to save the story and make sure everyone gets their happy ending.

(YA paranormal, draft in progress)

(YA fantasy, awaiting revisions)


  1. Are there links for the stories? I've watched some of your YouTube videos with advice on writing. I'd like to see how you do it. :D

  2. I agree. Would like to read some of your stuff. I am 22 years old, working on my 2nd book and first YA novel, would like to connect and check out some of your stuff. You can find me at www.chrisrhysharris.com if you want to check some of my work or contact etc.


  3. I would love to read storyteller! it sounds really good i hope i can get my hands on it at some point

  4. Hi Kat. Are any of your works published? Can I find them online?

  5. Kat. I REALLY want to purchase your books. PLease publish or self publish them. Please.

  6. Hi Kat,

    So I've just stumbled onto your blog from watching some more of your videos and I just wanted to stop by :)

    I've read some of the excerpts you've up and I have to say keep going! You have some really compelling and interesting characters there, and even from looking at some of the excerpts I can already see how much your writing has matured! I don't know if you still haven't written anything since the last update video you did in Feb, but I hope you've found some excitement for your work, because excitement beats out distractions any day! Whenever I find anyone else who is an aspiring author I get so excited and want to pump them up because it’s so exciting and terrifying and amazing that I just want to stand up and applaud them!

    If you're ever interested in getting maybe more detailed feedback about the excerpts you put up (I don't feel like the comment section on the blog is the right place for that nor is like general PMing because it's like, you need to set a space up from that and mental preparation) feel free to pm me on goodreads and I'll let you know what I thought of the individual excerpts.

    Also, to anyone else who is an aspiring writer here and just wants to chat or get feedback I would love to maybe start a small little private message exchange going on, on goodreads (which I hardly ever use because all it gives me is spam from authors and groups) just about writing worries, and motivations and suggestions and blah blah blah. If you're interested just pm me! I'll link my account here! Happy Writing :D!https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/4620278-lizzie

  7. I would love to read story-teller! Don't publish it online, as plagiarism is every-where, but maybe the intro? Or, if you believe in your work, you could self-publish or go out to agents and publishers.

    Seriously, though. Maybe the first few paragraphs or chapter - it's just that it sounds cool!

  8. Are wanting to eventually publish these or do you just write it for enjoyment? And if you do publish would it be an ebook or physical form?