I was born in San Diego, California in 1997. At the age of eight, my family and I moved to New Mexico. Pretty much my whole life I've been home schooled, the only years I was really in a normal, public school was the third grade and through half of the fourth grade. I've always been different than other people and as a child I had a very difficult time making friends.
Being home schooled has been an amazing thing for me personally. Ever since a young age I have enjoyed writing and the fact that I have so much free time really helps my writing!
In the Spring of 2010 my writing really took a large leap! I had a dream and I decided to take the idea from the dream and mix it with my passion for writing. In the late summer of 2010, I had finished my first book in the book saga "Ever-Presence." I decided to share my ideas with the world and that's how I got here! After "The In-between Stage" was completed, I began to write the second book, "The Fool's Poem" and it is now published and ready to go! I finished the third book in the series, "Delirium" and published the forth book, "Blood Lust" I released the book "Insomnia" in the summer of 2013.
I have found Insomnia to be one of the hardest books I've written so far. In August, 2013, I'll be starting my first year in a normal high school, I'll be a Junior! Starting 'real' school at such a late grade is both nerve wrecking and exciting! So, with the stress of getting ready to start in a new school and the events of 2013, the writing of "Insomnia" has taken a lot longer than any of my other books, however, I'm very pleased with it!
If you guys have any questions or comments I really love hearing people's opinions on my books! So email me at email@example.com and I'll email you back! Thank you so much!
on Nov. 16, 2013 :
This is an amazing series especially notable because it was written by a teenager and all five books are free. I have been reading each book in the series without stopping.
(review of free book)
Robyn Jane Sheppard
on Aug. 07, 2012 :
I don't always review free books, but when I do...Or does that sound too much like a beer commercial?
I enjoyed this story. It had a well-developed plot and likeable (and believable) characters.
But for me, the ultimate test of a book is when it leaves me wanting more by the same author. In Katelin's case, I finished the story and said to myself, "ACK!! More! I want more!
I've just downloaded the second book in the series, and can't wait to read it.
(review of free book)