Katherine Nabity

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Katherine Nabity began work on her first novel (Lucinda at the Window) in 1998. Fresh out of college with a degree in English and aspirations to write, she asked her then-boyfriend, Eric, to keep her accountable with a weekly writing assignment.

When she turned over three pages of gothic atmosphere, Eric's imagination ran with it and provided a compelling plot. Not only was Lucinda at the Window born, but so was a great writing team. Katherine and Eric have been married since 2000 and their progress as authors is on-going and ambitious.

Originally an Omaha, NE native, Katherine now lives in the Tempe, AZ. In addition to her writing, she has a passing interest in web design and maintains EntangledContinua.com
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“But, later, coming back and reading what I have produced, I am unable to detect the difference between what came easily and when I had to sit down and say, "Well, now it's writing time and now I'll write.”
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is to move a certain mass
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is to pull your weight and feel
exact and equal to it.
Feel dragged upon. And buoyant.”
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