For the new readers…

Hello everyone! *waves* it’s great to have you reading – and hello again to the long-time readers, nice to see you here. This is just a round-up of everything Kate-related so you know all there is to know before I get back into the reviews, writing and general grumbles…

Salt Winds coverI write the GreenSky series of sparkpunk novellas, described as ‘delightful’. The first one is Green Sky & Sparks – currently 99p on Kindle! – and the latest (which is standalone) is Salt Winds & Wandering. I also write short stories, and you can find You Left Your Biscuit Behind and You Are Here on Amazon.

I also do writing advice at Almond Press and book reviews over at SFF World, along with book reviews on this site of anything I’ve been reading. My current reading is Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Xan & Ink, and The Science of the Discworld…I mostly read fantasy but do divert into other things occasionally, and I’m also doing the Discoverability Challenge.

My writing bounces between delightful sparkpunk and rather horrible urban fantasy (the No Man’s series), along with Dresden Files fanfiction and other odd pieces. You can catch up with any of my snippets on the My Writing menu tab.

Frankie asleepTo check out my day-to-day stuff or get in contact with me, I’m on Twitter, along with Facebook and Instagram. The short brief is that I’m crafty, live with a lazy cat, and I have depression – plus I’m usually writing or reading.

I’m also an editor, and have finally got my butt into gear with a website – check out Scritto Editing! Beyond that, feel free to contact me here or on Facebook/Twitter if you have a project you’re interested in. I do work for Grimbold Books and freelance, and work in fiction & non-fiction.

That’s it from me – thanks for reading!

Author: kate

Kate Coe is an editor, book reviewer and writer of fiction & fantasy. She writes the sparkpunk GreenSky series and blogs at writingandcoe.co.uk. When she's not working, she fills her spare time in between writing with web design, gaming, geeky cross-stitch and DIY (which may or may not involve destroying things). She also reads far fewer books that she would like to, but possibly more than she really has time for.