Research Can Really Be A Bitch

on June 10, 2016
Into the Whirlwind

(But it’s worth it) As an author, sometimes what you think is going to be a great idea for a novel turns into a great big UGH!  That’s what happens when the research takes over your life and you have a whole lot more work to do than you had planned.  Not that it isn’t… Read More

Kat Martin

Kat Martin

Currently living near Missoula, Montana, Kat Martin is the bestselling author of over sixty-five Historical and Contemporary Romantic Suspense novels. The New York Times bestselling author of the AGAINST series, before Kat started writing in 1985, she was a real estate broker. During that time, she met her husband, L. J. Martin, also an author with over 33 book-length works. Kat is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, where she majored in Anthropology and also studied History. "I love anything old," Kat says. "I love to travel and especially like to visit the places where my books are set. My husband and I often stay in out-of-the-way inns and houses built in times past. It's fun and it gives a wonderful sense of a by-gone era." To date, Kat has over sixteen million copies of her books in print. She is published in more than twenty foreign countries, including Germany, France, Norway, Sweden, China, Korea, Bulgaria, Russia, England, South Africa, Italy, Spain, Argentina, Japan and Greece.

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GLITZ AND GLAMOUR

on February 4, 2016
Into the Fury

Behind the Scenes of a Lingerie Fashion Show. One of the fun things about writing is the places your research takes you.  In INTO THE FURY, Ethan Brodie, a bodyguard at Brodie Operations Security Services– BOSS,Inc, the guys call it–is hired to protect the models in the La Belle lingerie fashion when they receive threatening… Read More

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

on January 13, 2016
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by Kat Martin In the course of writing more than sixty books, I’ve learned that a character’s name is extremely important.  I spend hours pouring over lists of names:  American, English, Italian, French, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, etc. Months before I start a novel, I begin to work on choosing the right names for my hero… Read More

2016 Brings Promise of New Books

on January 5, 2016
Lets-Talk-Books

by Jeanne Devlin Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering ‘It will be happier.’ — Alfred Lord Tennyson What would the New Year be without the promise of new books — and new series — by your favorite authors? Not a year this reader would want to endure. But fear not,… Read More

Christmas Traditions!

on December 7, 2015
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Do you hike the woods for your Christmas Tree? Hi Everybody! Since Christmas is just around the corner, I thought it might be fun to send you one of my favorite recipes. Living in Montana, we’re lucky to enjoy a white Christmas.  Up here, many people cut their own trees, but we learned early on… Read More