Hey, I’m Kait. I kill plants and characters, share my writing tips on this blog, and my short stories on Vocal. I’m currently drafting my novel-length paranormal WIP, The Tower Project, and working with my writing partner on an original romantic scifi duology, Into Strange Stars.
Get your copy of my short story “The Caterpillar to the Ghost” in ebook or print.
My Current Project
Early in 2018 I sat down and got serious about completing a lifelong aspiration, to write a novel. I started with some serious soul searching. If I was only ever going to write one book, what would I want it to be about? Who would I want it to be about? I had a stack of abandoned projects and not much to show for the countless hours I’d spent writing. I decided on some simple themes, picked an idea, and committed myself to finishing.
In July 2021, I typed the words “the end” on my first draft of what I’m currently calling “The Tower Project” (I don’t know how a person can write 80,000 words and still feel no closer to choosing a title… hi, it’s me).
Currently, I’m focused on revising draft one, and I have made a commitment to work with several sensitivity readers and editors when this draft is ready. It’s my goal to share Thomas and his story with the world in early 2023. Come along for the ride!
All Thomas wants is to stick it to his ex by becoming San Francisco’s top exorcist — a certified demonologist. Trouble is, his local chapter of Witches, Spiritualists, Psychics and Readers (WSPR) hasn’t granted a demonology cert in 15 years. When a rival magical organization agrees to train him, Thomas accepts. Someone has to deal with the darkness running amok, and it might as well be him. If there’s one thing Thomas is used to — it’s dealing with the dark.
From The Blog
For as long as I’ve been writing, I’ve been hearing about the importance of having ‘a writing practice’. What the heck does that mean? In short, creating a set of habits that help you put pen to page.Keep reading
Hello, yes, I am not a fan of exercise. There is, however, one form of sprinting I can get behind. What is a writing sprint? A writing sprint is a timed activity in which you write without distractions. Follow that up with a short break, then sprint again.…Keep reading
“The Caterpillar to the Ghost” appearing in Yeg Writes “A COVID Year” Anthology.
Who is Kait Anyway?
I believe in telling stories as diverse and colourful as the human experience. As colourful as your cities bustling downtown. As engaging as your favourite film. As memorable as your first kiss (but not as sloppy). If we’re crying, we’re having a great time.
I get excited about film, television, video games, representative media and media critique.
I’m a mom, a communicator, a storyteller, an intersectional feminist, a spotify playlist curator, Netflix binger, and sometimes, even a blogger.