Katie Cove


When Katie Cove is not riding her motorcycle or playing with her dog, she’s hard at work writing about things that are important to the human condition: the value of life, where we are in the cosmos, social justice, and the amazing future each one of us can have if we try. Though everyone experiences pain and loss in life, Katie also believes we can make life fulfilling and even fun—with sustained, concerted effort and creative problem solving.

“Never give up and never give in” is her motto, as in never give up a dream and never give in to stressors.

All her books are about just such adventures.

Where to find Katie Cove online


101 Fun Things to Do that Younger People (Probably) Aren't Up To Yet
Price: Free! Words: 10,710. Language: English. Published: June 17, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
101 Fun Things is about older folks who are excited about life. It's not a novel but a sequence of humorous or sentimental vignettes (not exactly 101) that show people having outrageous fun. It's an over-the-top gas designed to put a smile on your face if not laughter or love in your heart.
Magick Town
Price: Free! Words: 63,600. Language: English. Published: May 29, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
A coven of witches in a small, Kansas, wheat farming town sue the Christian god for peace in an astral court Between the Worlds. Oppressed for thousands of years, scapegoated, tortured, and murdered, the gods have had enough and place the whole town Between the Worlds, in a protective sphere nine miles in radius, within which everything is possible. It is both funny and deadly serious.

Katie Cove’s tag cloud

aging    aliens    catholic    church    comedy    elderly    espionage    fun    humor    kansas    love    monsignor    movies    neighbors    old    oppression    outer space    playful    pope    priest    resolution    rome    satire    self aware    serious    sheriff    spaceship    spells    thriller    wicca    witch    witchcraft