Kathryn’s book got a new cover only days before release and published in the middle of not only the pandemic but the post-election furor and the post office debacle (it took some readers two months to receive their books). This historical novel is set in northern California in the 1960’s, with the first stirrings of the computer age (Kathryn’s brother was a classmate of Steve Wozniak), a rich Silicon Valley setting, and a plucky heroine who learns to carve her own way in life despite family pressures. Kathryn’s previous work had been in the short story genre but now that she’s discovered the novel, she’s off and running with two more books nearing completion. Kathryn's short fiction has appeared in over twenty online literary magazines and print anthologies. She is the author of a collection of short fiction, FLATLANDERS, Shire Press 2019. She received the Grand Prize in the 2020 Eyelands International Short Story Contest. To learn more about Kathryn, click here.