Kat Savage


Hello! I’m Kat Savage and this is where I try to remember to update things to make them centrally located for you! This page here is to tell you a little bit about me because I’m not a stranger. I care for you and appreciate you.

I’m a single mother of two, working a full time job and trying desperately to make time for writing as often as I can. I’d love to make it a full time thing one day so by all means join me on this journey to see if I can make that happen. Of course, I can’t do it without you.

I like reading a lot of different stuff and listening to even more. I like sushi, water with lemon, mismatched socks, hiking, and wearing glasses more than contacts.

I grew up with low self esteem and perhaps that was another reason I began writing. A few years ago, I got the call that let me know I am HSV type 2. If you don’t know what that is, I’d suggest looking it up but making sure you’re reading a reliable source. Since then, I’ve spoken openly and honestly about having it, how it has and hasn’t impacted my life, and have had many come forward with questions or just to talk to someone who understands what they’re going through. I wanted people to understand I have it, but it doesn’t define me. And it doesn’t have to define them either.

In addition to that, I’m bisexual and a proud member of the LGBTQ community. I practice tolerance and acceptance everyday and do my best to advocate those things to my audience as well.

I have been given the opportunity to be able to express myself to a large and ever growing audience and I intend to use that voice for as much good as I possibly can.

I’ve been very fortunate to fall in love recently. Quite unexpectedly and from nowhere, he continues to sweep me off of my feet and make it very difficult to write my usual material. I’m not complaining.

Where to find Kat Savage online

Where to buy in print


Secrets We Told The City
Price: Free! Words: 2,880. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Female authors
For the cities we have lost ourselves in,
 for the lovers who have lost themselves in us, 
 & for the ache we have carried through it all.
 Bestselling poets J.R. Rogue and Kat Savage combine their heartache into one chapbook for anyone who has felt loss and love in the city.

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