I’d like to welcome our guest author — Kate McKeever
I love stories. All kinds, sweet stories about long lost loves, bittersweet ones that insure that I’ll be sobbing into my handkerchief by the end, and odd little stories that leave me wondering about what I’ve read. And one of my favorite type of stories are science fiction or paranormal stories.
Lately, I’ve happened upon Firefly and Serenity. If you are a sci fi fan, you’ve probably seen the television show and movie. And I know, I’m a late bloomer. But now I’m obsessed with the whole sci fi western theme. But the story has the one element that pulls me in every time. Well, two elements. Unrequited and fulfilled love, as well as a twist on human skills turned on their ear.
As a romance writer, I struggle with making old things new. After all, love is the oldest theme of them all and yet I need to find a way to make it entertaining. When I write the ideas I have down, I have to ask myself if my characters can become more, overcome obstacles that may or may not be the same we encounter every day.
Firefly and Serenity’s characters have to overcome obstacles that we can only dream of. Yet, in the end, the biggest obstacle they face, the prize they strive for in the end is love. What can be more important than that?
My latest book, Caden’s Fate, is about overcoming great obstacles to find love and then realizing that love itself may be the biggest obstacle ever. I hope you are intrigued by the blurb for Caden and Fate’s story. It’s available from Crescent Moon Press, through Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Fate Halligan is a Death Maiden, a woman who has spent her life training to help souls journey from life to the next level of existence. When her life is threatened, she must turn to a man she has been taught to view with caution. Caden Greene is a Soldier of Light, a man who will risk his life and more to save dying souls from being stolen and used for evil by the Obsidian Guard. As a team, Caden and Fate join forces and must make decisions about not only their lives, but the future of the very world they have loyally served.
Thank you for dropping by today, Kate. We wish you much success with your writing.