This is a hard question for me to answer, as most of my writing doesn’t fall neatly into a specific category. I like to refer to most of my writing as action/adventure, although that is a broad generalization. My current series, The Seeker Files, is fantasy with a mystery element. Set in a world where Supers (Supernaturals, i.e. Fae, Werewolves, etc.) and humans live together, my two main characters work for HSI. This is a department that deals with crimes that involve both humans and supers and they are typically brought in when the situation is either too intense for local law enforcement or requires more discretion than the police can offer. Basically, I just love to go where my characters take me and not worry about fitting neatly into a certain genre.
It’s in my blood. I cannot even remember learning how to read, books have been my constant friends for as long as I can remember. The library was a magical place filled with portals to other worlds. I wrote my first story sometime around the age of five. Every day is magical for me, there are always stories running through my head. There are other worlds begging to be explored, characters that want to share their stories with me. The only problem is sometimes I have too many characters wanting their voices heard and it can be a bit overwhelming.
When I sat down to write In Search of Justice, it was kind of a personal dare. I’d been afraid of sharing my writing with the world, so I dared myself to write a mystery novel and publish it in time for Halloween. Imagine my surprise when I sat down to write and instead of struggling for ideas, Aletta and Lirim showed up in front of me with their story ready to be told. And not just one story, but six, just waiting to be shared with the world. Lirim just smirked his insufferable grin and Aletta patiently held out her hand, waiting to pull me into their world. I jumped and never looked back.
Kat Seaholm lives on a small acreage in Colorado along with her family and way too many cats. The cats also happen to be her hardest critics and push her to improve her writing along with urging her to add more mice and cats to her story. Besides writing, Kat’s other hobbies include traveling, karate, and several needle arts.
Linda K. Sienkiewicz is the author of the award-winning novel In the Context of Love, a story about one woman’s need to tell her truth without shame.
2017 New Apple Book Awards Official Selection
2016 Sarton Women’s Fiction Finalist
2016 Eric Hoffer Book Award Finalist
2016 Readers’ Favorite Finalist
2016 USA Book News Best Book Finalist
“…at once a love story, a cautionary tale, and an inspirational journey.” ~ Bonnie Jo Campbell, author of National Book Award Finalist, American Salvage, and critically acclaimed Once Upon a River,and Mothers, Tell Your Daughters