Author Archives: Kat Richardson
BLOOD ORBIT, my pseudonymous Science Fiction novel, now has an official catalog listing. Advertisements
Have yourself a Merry Little Dogmas, and read this clever post about dogs pulling christmas trees on sleds (no dogs were injured or abused, they’re working!)
Well… I guess I will have a book out May 8 2018 under my SF pen name K. R. Richardson. Originally submitted as Scattered Objects, my SF police thriller will be released under the title BLOOD ORBIT by Pyr. (cover … Continue reading
Indigo got a nice review at Superhero Novels, which included a line I wrote. It’s nifty!
Tor.com is giving away a pile of books by all ten authors of INDIGO–the cooperative novel I worked on last year, which will be released June 20 by Macmillan. You know you (or some friends or family) want some of … Continue reading
The Greywalker novels are the first mention on this nifty list of Seven Great Urban Fantasy Occult Detectives!
I now have my schedule for Norwescon, at the Seattle Airport DoubleTree Hotel over Easter weekend. It’ll be my first NWC in… Uhh… 5 years? Anyhow… Friday Failing Upward 1:00pm – 2:00pm @ Cascade 5&6 Kat Richardson (M), Lisa Mantchev, … Continue reading
My pseudonym, K. R. Richardson, has had a good day. This turned up on Friday at Publisher’s Marketplace (I’m told–I didn’t see it) and a shorter version appeared today at Quill & Quire: K. R. Richardson’s novel SCATTERED OBJECTS, a … Continue reading
March 5, I’ll be teaching an intensive one-day Character development workshop for Clarion West in Seattle. Great characters don’t spring from the Character sheet; you fill the character sheet as you explore and discover great characters by writing. I’d love … Continue reading
Just because I wanted to know, as of 17:30 Eastern Time yesterday (Saturday, January 28, 2017) Trump had signed 15 Executive Orders (“EOs”). That’s a first-week-in-office record, but not by a lot (Obama held the previous record with 13 in … Continue reading
I’ve been putting things on my calendar for 2017, so here’s a quick list of the conventions, retreats, workshops, and other writer things I currently have scheduled: Rainforest Writer’s Retreat (first session), Feb 15-19, (Rainforest Resort, Lake Quinault WA–sold out) … Continue reading