Elizabeth of York died in 1503. Annie Campbell lives today. Can they reach through time to heal one another's soul, or will their secrets be impossible to overcome?
.... Why can't I sleep? It is not as though tonight is any different from last night, or the night before, or even the night before that. It's hot, and not a breath of air moves through the window. I feel like I will go mad from this anxiety, this fear. But of what? It's so very dark tonight. No moon, no light from the windows. Just dark... Damn you, darkness. You've not been kind the past few nights. What horror do you hold for me tonight?
|Publisher:||Neely Worldwide Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Kathi began writing by starting a blog: A View from the Cheap Seats. She had no idea what she was doing, Kathi was just exorcising demons on a computer screen. She found it to be more therapeutic than years of professional treatment, which I found a little bit unnerving.
Nevertheless, Kathi kept moving forward and subsequently published two compilations of her blog work: Heart Bleed: Letting Go and Stanching the Flow and The Best from the Cheap Seats. Kathi wanted to try her hand at fiction, but she's never considered herself that imaginative, and never thought she could ever write dialogue. As it turns out, she could, and Kathi published White Night and its sequel, Eternal Dawn. Right now, Kathi has completed her works on a contemporary historical novel that embraces her family roots. It has been a fantastic experience, and she hopes that her enthusiasm translates well in her new book, I.Am.Elizabeth, published by Neely Worldwide Publishing in September, 2017.
Kathi's editor describes me as "intrepid," and she considers that a great compliment. When Kathi does a non-fiction piece, she shoots from the hip and pulls no punches. Most of the time, that is more to her detriment than her good, but if she feels that she has a message to get out, that's how she does it. Kathi's fiction work is much different. She works best with a general storyline in mind, and then refines it down. Kathi's fiction has tackled questions of morality, spirituality, life after death, love, and integrity. Kathi is not a conventional author, She writes in a conversational style so that she can interact with her readers. If you're looking for high style, you won't find it in her work. Kathi believes in the value of tightly crafted story - everything else will fall into place. I guess that makes Kathi a bit of a bohemian. And she's good with that!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Love this author's writing style, and I love English history, so this book was after my hart, I liked very much how Elizabeth of York reached out to Annie and tried to help her, this mysterious royal from whom is know stories but also has a mystery about her. This book takes you into old historical time and current time .Kathi always does lots of research and that you can see in her books. It is definitely a book that hooks you from A to Z, can't wait to read more from Kathi's hand.