Katie Li

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Katie Li writes fiction and narrative non-fiction about personal transformation and unlikely possibilities. Her work has appeared in The Huffington Post, Bitch Flicks, and Xenith. She is a co-organizer of Social Artists and Writers, assistant editor of Novella-T, and curator of the e-zine The Beautiful Worst. Somewhere In Between is her first book.

In Somewhere In Between, two friends find a portal to another dimension and use this “in-between place” to avoid the stress of their everyday lives. What they don’t realize is that every time they enter, they alter reality. Inspired by the work of Haruki Murakami and films like Eternal Sunshine of A Spotless Mind, Somewhere In Between is metaphysical coming-of-age story about defining love and fi
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Satin Russell was a financial advisor for many years until she decided to pursue her dream of becoming a writer. It took her a year of saving and planning before she was able to commit to her goal full-time. Her debut novel, the romantic suspense Secret Hunger, was released in 2015. In Secret Hunger, thoughtful and independent Olivia Harper put her dreams of becoming a gourmet chef on hold and...

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