A notorious daydreamer, Kat knew it was only a matter of time before she became a writer. She learned to read by age four and had her first library card before her fifth birthday. To this day, she can lose herself for hours among the books at her local library or neighborhood bookstore.
Painfully shy and often sick as a child, Kat realized that as long as she had a good book, she was never alone or lonely.
Making the leap from reading to making up stories, Kat has entertained friends and family almost all of her life with the stories that play in her mind.
In her left-brain life, Kat was a manager of six departments for a local life insurance company and earned the professional designation of FLMI (Fellow in the Life Management Institute). She's also held numerous support staff positions in the mental health field including office manager, public relations liaison, and crisis interventionist where she handled suicide calls. Currently she is self-employed in medical billing and is a Notary.
In her right-brain life, Kat loves to write mysteries and women fiction novels. She is busy working on her next novel with plots for six or seven more books screaming to be heard.
Kat is a member of Romance Writers of America, International ThrillerWriters and Sisters in Crime.
A native of Richmond, Virginia, Kat is married with children and has a cranky tuxedo cat.