A sneak peek treat for you while I wait for Beta readers to go through Draft 2 of the Ever War. I give you, Chapter 1.
The Ever War wrapped up drafting in November and went straight into editing. My goal was to complete edits by the end of January. Well, that hasn’t happened. But, we are soooo close!
If you’ve read The Living God, or held a lengthy philosophical conversation with me (or happen to follow me on social media), you may have concluded I’m a fan of multiverse theory. Any shape or form, actually.
It’s that time of year where I do my life audit, where I analyze my personal, creative, and professional wins and losses. This is my fourth year of doing a personal review, similar to a professional review, where I look
I was recently interviewed by for Priya Sridhar at Book Riot. They asked some wonderful questions, which ended up revealing some spoilers! Not all of the questions were put out for the public (probably because of the spoilers), so I
A treat… a spoilery treat, so read at your own risk! This chapter I liked, but ultimately cut it from The Living God. It was a good hint into the complex relationship between Saran, Keleir, and Rowe, but ultimately had
“Author Kaytalin Platt grew up in a quaint rural town north of Mobile, AL that gave her imagination a place to blossom and fuel to keep imagining beyond what she had experienced to that point. Writing, next to the people
The capital of Adrid sat atop a massive hill, bordering on the edge of a six-hundred-foot cliff overlooking the Andrian Sea for which the city was named. Like many towns in Adrid, it had once been prosperous, a mecca to
The Living God just wrapped its second round of developmental edits and is moving on to a brief copy edit to review the new material. I’m eagerly awaiting the cover design for the book since my design is being replaced
Good morning guys! I’ve got a treat for you. Here is an excerpt from The Living God! I hope you enjoy it and that it gets you excited for the book. If you haven’t pre-ordered, and this strikes your fancy,