I’m so happy to have you meet Katy Walters today on Believe! I snuck an introduction post for her in my previous blog because it touched me so much that she would write a book to please one fan.
the Vicarage Bench Series, they are so original. I was captivated and became a
fan with the first novel. Mimi is such a
lovely friend, and has been so caring and supportive, as I underwent surgery on
my hands and wrist. Happily, my hands are back in action.
writing at an early age, when my younger sister, on being diagnosed with TB spend most of her childhood in
hospitals. As I used to tell her stories
in bed, I then wrote them out for her to read in the sanitoriums. This love of
writing never faltered during my career as a psychotherapist/research
psychologist. I do like to bring a psychological slant to the books, as they do
say, write about what you know.
freedom. The only thing is, one has to
be humble, baring one’s soul for the reader. Only with such openness can a
writer reach out, and touch the reader. In a truly creative work, there are no
secrets. The writer has to stay true to the characters, listen to what each has
to say and then follow wherever they may lead. I think I know when a book is
working, as I feel it, often laughing or crying with or for the characters. They
are not two-dimensional pen and ink,
or keyboard and PC personalities; they are living, breathing, emotional,
irate, loving, imaginative beings in their own creative dimension. Even more,
they become my friends – well most of them. Now, after having written a few
books, I trust them to lead me into and through the story. So, I am not a planner, I only ever have an
idea, the new friends, when they start talking, drive the story.
friends who live in Reunited at Rhonan.
I do remember writing to one reader, that when I penned the last line of
Reunited at Rhonan; the last book of the trilogy, I felt quite choked as I was
leaving the world of Rhonan. But a new
story beckons along with more friends to share their lives with me. Hopefully.
author of the hugely popular Lords of Rhonan series
Reviewer ***** “Scary Supernatural
Romance – will hold you spell bound to the last page.”
Reviewer***** “Paranormal romance. Stunning! This book gripped me from the
first page. I love the paranormal and this had me turning the pages. It’s
a great story and the writer has a fast pace so I was glued. The séances gave
me goosebumps – chilling.”
The Incubus relentlessly pursues
Jessica, intent on making her his own. As he confronts Jess and Dinah, they
find they cannot resist him; but to give in to his sexy demands means certain
death. Can Lucy can save them, as she summons Phantom, a vicious feral cat,
once an ancient shaman, who shape shifts from cat to puma?
where Dinah develops into a strong healer whilst Lucy becomes a powerful
physical medium, a channel for good but also a channel through which the demons
Jess time travels, relentlessly fighting to bring the ghostly lovers Muriall a
penniless ward and Lord Duncan of Rhonan together again.
Douglas struggles with his disbelief as a high-ranking demon, rages in the
castle dungeons, a demon determined to drag Jess down to hell, a demon so
powerful, it pits its strength against the Vatican itself. Will the warrior of
God, the Jesuit Tobias Marescas arrive at Rhonan in time to save them from a
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