Look Who’s Going to RT: Kat Richardson

27 April 2013 Jackie 0

Can you introduce yourself to my readers a little? I’m the author of the Greywalker paranormal detective novels. I live on a boat with a pit bull named Bella and a husband named Mr. Kat. I’m actually rather nervous in person, but I pretend to be terribly exciting online. ;) I’ve […]

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Downpour by Kat Richardson

23 September 2011 Nicole 3

I admit to being one of those readers who doesn’t really like reading a book that is part of an established series. However, I’ve read a few here lately that were surprisingly easy to get into and not feel lost in, despite having not read the prior books. Sadly, I […]

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Guest Author: Kat Richardson

13 August 2010 Jackie 21

Today, I get to welcome the amazing author Kat Richardson to Literary Escapism. Kat is getting ready to celebrate the release of her fifth Greywalker novel, Labyrinth. Harper Blaine was your average small-time P. I. until she died-for two minutes. Now she’s a Greywalker, walking the line between the living […]

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Look Who’s Going to RT: Kat Richardson

26 April 2010 Jackie 2

Can you introduce yourself to my readers a little?
Hi, I’m Kat Richardson, I’m a full-time writer of noir paranormal mysteries. I live on a sailboat in Washington state, ride a motorcycle, and do some occasional target shooting. I used to be a magazine editor and I’ve done theater, vocal music, historical re-creation, dance, fencing, and a lot of other silly anachronistic things for fun. I like chocolate, whiskey, and ferrets (but rarely together ;) ) Once upon a time I wrote manuals to train jewelers, but I’ve also written RPG and video game development and I’m currently finishing my fifth Greywalker novel, Labyrinth, which will be out in August. The first Greywalker novel is Greywalker.

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Greywalker by K. Richardson

1 February 2008 Jackie 1

I’m still technically reading Greywalker by Kat Richardson, but it’s not really doing anything for me. I am halfway through the book and the only conflict going on is the main character’s reluctance to accept what has happened to her. So far, there isn’t a concise villain and the plot […]