Kathryn is a poster girl for tenacity: it took her more than 15 years to get published. A passionate reader, Kathryn happily admits to the influence of the books she has loved: contemporary fiction with a side order of sci-fi and just a dash of creepiness. Her background is in theatre but she now runs a soft fruit farm with her husband. She fences epee, enjoys bellydance and volunteers as finance officer for SCBWI British Isles. She loves travel and music festivals and dying her hair peculiar colours. She’s a poet on The Funeverse and a citizen scientist and she firmly believes life happens when you get involved. Kathryn is rarely bored.
More of Me: Teva’s life seems normal: school, friends, boyfriend. But at home she hides an impossible secret. Eleven other Tevas. Because once a year, Teva separates into two, leaving a younger version of herself stuck at the same age, in the same house, watching the new Teva live the life that she’d been living. But as her seventeenth birthday rolls around, Teva is determined not to let it happen again. She’s going to fight for her future. Even if that means fighting herself.