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Category Archives: Eye of the Kat

A Sense of Place

by Katherine Tomlinson


Use all your senses when you’re writing, we’re told—your sense of touch and sight, and hearing, and smell, and taste. That’s good advice and I’ve tried to take it to heart. One of the first writers who truly made an impact on me in terms of writing style was Tanith Lee whose gorgeous, sensual prose […]


The Mothers of Creation

by Katherine Tomlinson


I owe my writing career to three women, one who is dead, one who never existed, and one who is coming up on the century mark—Janette Sebring Lowrey, Carolyn Keene, and Beverly Cleary. I firmly believe that the best preparation for becoming a writer is being a reader first, and while I did not know […]