About

I may not look like a super dark, brooding author, but don't judge this book by her cover. (You can use that strategy for all my actual books, though. I think the covers are pretty sweet.)

Since the day I started creating worlds on my 10th birthday, writing fiction has been my one constant, driving force (closely followed by reading it). And while most of my work is Fantasy (of the Dark variety) and Sci-Fi, none of it is for the faint of heart. I prefer wildly messed-up characters—ones you love but would never want to face—excruciating circumstances, impossible decisions, and adventures that, most of the time, only make things worse. Then I throw in a large portion of intense action, show a little character skin every now and then, and never skimp on violent means to bloody ends. A sprinkling of foul-mouthed language and the shockingly awkward moment never hurt, either.

Mostly, I just love what I do. And I love sharing the exquisite darkness with those who understand its pull. Plus, with my alter-ego as a fiction editor, I get paid to read books. It doesn't get much better than that.

My alter-alter-ego is a wife and mother (to one human offspring and two canine children), and she lives with all of them in New England.

 
 

About Kathrin Hutson

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I may not look like a super dark, brooding author, but don't judge this book by her cover. (You can use that strategy for all my actual books, though. I think the covers are pretty sweet.)

Since the day I started creating worlds on my 10th birthday, writing fiction has been my one constant, driving force (closely followed by reading it). And while most of my work is Fantasy (of the Dark variety) and Sci-Fi, none of it is for the faint of heart. I prefer wildly messed-up characters—ones you love but would never want to face—excruciating circumstances, impossible decisions, and adventures that, most of the time, only make things worse. Then I throw in a large portion of intense action, show a little character skin every now and then, and never skimp on violent means to bloody ends. A sprinkling of foul-mouthed language and the shockingly awkward moment never hurt, either.

Mostly, I just love what I do. And I love sharing the exquisite darkness with those who understand its pull. Plus, with my alter-ego as a fiction editor, I get paid to read books. It doesn't get much better than that.

My alter-alter-ego is a wife and mother (to one human offspring and two canine children), and she lives with all of them in New England.