Book review: Finding Angel, by Kat Heckenbach

After what seems like an eternity (almost two years), I finally finished Finding Angel by my friend and editor Kat Heckenbach. And now I owe her a review. I owe others reviews too and I intend to get to those quite soon. Kat would scold me if I wasn’t honest in this review, because after all…

The glowing butterfly…

My friend and editor, Kat Heckenbach, recently released her second novel, Seeking Unseen. My lovely wife did the cover for this book, and it has a very unusual feature…a bright glowing butterfly. So here to set the record straight about this weird insect, Kat has agreed to post an excerpt from her novel in which the…

5 for Friday with Kat Heckenbach

Time for another 5 For Friday! This time I’m turning the spotlight on fellow Splashdown author and my editor, Kat Heckenbach. Her second novel Seeking Unseen, the much anticipated sequel to Finding Angel, will be release September 1, 2012. Find out more about Kat and her books at http://www.katheckenbach.com. 1. Tell me a little about yourself and…

The woes of editing…

Writing is rewriting… or so I’ve heard it said. But that doesn’t mean I have to like it. The first draft of Winter was around 80,000 words. The second draft grew to about 118,000 words. I was proud of that. There’s something about making things bigger that seems… well, grand. Winter stayed that size for…