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Kath Middleton

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Kath Middleton began her writing with drabbles (100 words stories) and contributed a number to Jonathan Hill’s second drabble collection. It wasn’t long before she moved up a size to contribute short stories to anthologies. Shortly afterwards, she progressed to writing longer pieces and her first solo work, Ravenfold, was published to much acclaim. This was followed by the novella, Message in a Bottle. Several more books are in the pipeline and her first novel, Top Banana, was published in March 2015. In March 2016 she and Jonathan Hill published Is it Her - two novellas inspired by a painting. Kath likes to put her characters in difficult situations and watch them work their way out. She believes in the indomitable nature of the human spir ...more

Average rating: 4.51 · 239 ratings · 135 reviews · 11 distinct works · Similar authors
Ravenfold

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A Goodreads Gallimaufrey

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Picture This isn’t an attempt to find my best books of 2016 – they are on my Ignite Books blog. I looked back over the year and sorted out a few which are outstanding to me in that they are different. Here, in no particular order, are some which have stuck with me. They pack a punch.

Echoes by Laura Tisdall. Cyber-hacker-thriller but this stood out a mile, for me.
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message 4: by Anita

Anita Hi Kath, I have just finished Top Banana and left you a review on Amazon and on here. I mean everything I have said about it, I can't remember when I have enjoyed a book so much, you write beautifully, thank you for keeping me entertained in such a wonderful way, can't wait to see what you have in store for us next.


Robert Franks Kath, I just read your review and wanted to say a huge thankyou! And not just for the review. Since I wrote the first book you have been a fantastic help to me in keeping the quality of the writing style to a standard i would otherwise be unable to achieve. A heartfelt thankyou from a very grateful writer :)


message 2: by R.J.

R.J. Askew Hi Kath, I know this is remiss of me, for which apols. But I can't remember how to find the poetry thread. I've written a London rain verse, which I've parked on my meet-the-authors thread. Pls cld you remind me of the poetry please thread and I will post the poem there in all it's dripping, squealshing gory.
Ron


message 1: by Ravi

Ravi Veloo Hi Ignite, thanks for telling me about Goodreads. Awesome Site. You're the first friend I've invited!

And try out this fun quiz I just made: What is Your Karma?

http://www.goodreads.com/quizzes/1386...


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