by Kat Martin Since my new book, BEYOND CONTROL–Josh Cain and Victoria Bradford’s story–is set in Texas, I thought it might be fun to talk about one of my favorite places. There is something special about Texas. My husband and I lived in Houston for a couple of months one summer and it was a… Read More
Bestselling author Kat Martin is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara where she majored in Anthropology and also studied History. Currently residing with her Western-author husband, L. J. Martin, in Missoula, Montana, Kat has written sixty-eight Historical and Contemporary Romantic Suspense novels. More than sixteen million copies of her books are in print and she has been published in twenty foreign countries. Kat is currently at work on her next Romantic Suspense.
Kat Martin is giving away a KINDLE FIRE, 7" Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB, and the following three books in Kindle format: AGAINST THE WILD, AGAINST THE SKY and AGAINST THE TIDE, to CELEBRATE the release of BEYOND CONTROL. Contest runs through June 30, 2018.Prize will be mailed in July 2018. US Only.
Everyone loves the beach. Though I live in Montana, I’m fortune to spend my winters at the beach in sunny California. My writing space looks out on a boat channel that leads to the harbor so I watch the tide go up and down several times a day. A bicycle-ride away, a sandy beach slopes… Read More
by Kat Martin Since my hero in BEYOND DANGER, Beau Reese, is a mega rich playboy, a once-famous race car driver, I thought it might be fun to write about a mega-wealthy party I got invited to a few years back. Well, more than a few, considering it was a millennium party celebrating the thousand… Read More
by Kat Martin I’ve always been a plot-oriented writer–which can be good news or bad. Fortunately, the idea for BEYOND DANGER, book #2 of my Texas Trilogy, came to me while I was working on book #1. Beau Reese, co-owner of Texas American Enterprises, is black-haired, blue-eyed, and sexy as hell. He was once a… Read More
As a writer, I’m always looking for new story ideas. I often find that past experiences can be a great help. Have you ever survived a dangerous situation? How did you do it? When I was first learning to snow ski, I got caught after dark on top of Stowe Mountain in Vermont. It’s a… Read More
by Kat Martin New York Times bestselling author Kat Martin brings page-turning suspense to a tale of secrets and passions turned deadly . . . Texas mogul Beau Reese is furious. All six feet three obscenely wealthy, good-looking inches of him. His sixty-year-old father, Stewart, a former state senator no less, has impregnated a teenager. Barely… Read More
by Kat Martin Coming the end of January, Beyond Danger is the second book in my Texas trilogy, following Beyond Reason. In the first novel, Lincoln Cain is a Texas multimillionaire with a shady past. After two years in prison, Linc is as tough as they come, six foot five, two hundred pounds of solid… Read More
NATCHEZ FLAME is the third book in my Southern Night’s Trilogy, after CREOLE FIRES and SAVANNAH HEAT. The book, reprinted several times over the years, is coming out at a special rate of $1.99 from October 10th thru October 21st in all digital formats. In NATCHEZ FLAME, Priscilla Wills sells everything she owns to go… Read More
In the course of writing almost seventy novels, I’ve learned the importance of a character’s name. In the weeks before I start writing, I work to choose the right names for my hero and heroine. It’s my way of getting to know them, the way I begin to figure out their identity. I like names… Read More
People often ask what my writing day is like. Since I’m a workaholic, most of my writing days are long and mentally tiring. I thought it might be fun to tell you what my perfect day would be. Aside from a trip to Paris, Rome, or some other exotic location, I had a perfect day… Read More
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It’s safe to say that I’ve reinvented myself several times in this lifetime. Doesn’t everyone? Years ago it was me, the college girl, reinventing myself to become the music teacher. Then it was me the exhausted music teacher reinventing myself into the ice cream store entrepreneur. Then, somehow, the bright-eyed entrepreneur faded into the cashier… Read More