New Release ‘The Red Strokes’

Hey all!

We all know that sometimes, life gets messy. And when it does, all of our best laid plans blow away like dust. Well, I’m stepping in to a new phase of my life, in more ways than one, and to commemorate I wanted to announce a positive step in a new direction.

A new book.

After the fiasco with my last traditionally published novel, I decided to go it alone on this one and publish strictly for Kindle. In part, because I can offer it at a more affordable price, and in part because I’ll have to answer to no one, (but Uncle Sam).

So, if your pleasure is Women’s Fiction, Mainstream, or Contemporary, you’ll love my new release, ‘The Red Strokes’. Here’s a tease…

Birth is an empty canvas. Life is the color we apply. Blues and greens,
peaceful and unassuming. Pastels for hope. Varied hues of yellow and orange add
warmth and contentment while shades of gray mark regrets and change. But it is
the red strokes, lies and truths, vibrant and bold, the moments that fill our
hearts with joy and bring us to our knees in desperation that place value on
our lives. The red strokes shape our character and define our integrity. Only
once a canvas is complete can we appreciate it as a true work of art.

My canvas is now complete and as you will learn in the upcoming weeks, many of the
strokes of my life were red. I have done things in my life that were both
honorable and unconscionable. I have made decisions that were questionable, but
have never lent a second to regret. I have been a bedfellow to shame and pride.
I am not going to apologize for the decisions I have made or for the life I
have lived. I am not seeking your forgiveness. I am standing on hope. Hope that
you will understand. And through understanding my red strokes, may you come to
recognize and embrace your own.

See what they’re talking about and pick up your copy today! Tell’em Kathy sent ya! 😉

Read the first 20% here:  The Red Strokes


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