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All About Cathryn Cade

Cathryn Cade considers herself incredibly blessed to live in the beautiful lake country of North Idaho with her husband and a golden retriever named Daisy.

Cathryn's fate was set from the moment she picked up her first book--The Little Red Hen. She hasn't stopped reading since. She wrote her first stories on ruled paper, with large crooked letters and plenty of eraser smudges. She began writing romance when she was home with two little boys in a very small town in the Rockies, had read every romance in the local library, and wanted more! In 2008 she published her first book with Samhain, and hasn't looked back.

When she's not inhabiting her fantasy world--um, when she's not writing, she is usually reading, quilting or trying a new recipe. In the great outdoors, she enjoys boating with her husband, and riding her bicycle everywhere she can. She and her husband also love Hawaii, and on their yearly visits love to snorkel, stroll on the beach and fantasize over mai-tai's about how to make the Big Island their second home.

Cathryn spends way too much time on the internet, and can often be found chatting on Facebook, Twitter, or via email. She loves to hear from readers. Stop by her website to read fabulous reviews of her books, and enjoy her Free Reads.

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The Writing Life is the Life for me …

By On Jul 31 2013, 12:03 pm

Hello from the Panhandle of North Idaho.

Up here not so far from the Canadian border, the weather has been summer-perfect. Eighties and nineties, sunny blue skies and light breezes. Perfect weather for riding my bicycle and walking Daisy the puppy in the morning, then taking a dip in the lake in the afternoon. Yesterday we took the boat out on Coeur d’Alene Lake, swam and played the afternoon away.

And I found a new place to partake of one of my favorite hobbies–rock collecting. The north shore of the lake, where it washes up on scenic Sanders Beach, is a perfect place to collect beautiful little rocks, all shiny in the shallow water near the shore. I love rocks. There is something so elemental about them. They represent the history of this earth, little bits of formation through forces of heat, pressure, erosion. Read more…

It’s Hot in Space … Red Hot!

By On Jul 31 2013, 12:02 pm

A long awaited day is here … for me, and for the readers who’ve been with me since my first release at Samhain. In 2007 my first story, Tyger, Tyger, Burning Bryght came to be. This was the first work I ever sent to a publisher, so I was over the moon when Samhain let me know my [...]

Wounded Heroes & Flawed Heroines

By On May 7 2013, 9:00 am

I love my heroes. Fall in love with each and every one. Secret? That’s why I love writing romance. Without exception my heroes are alphas, who want to be in charge, take care of business and the people around them. And their lives would be so much simpler if people–including their heroines–would just fall in line. Heh, [...]

Now More Than Ever … We Need Romance

By On Nov 3 2012, 9:00 am

Hello from The Big Sky of Montana, where we’re experiencing one of the dryest autumn’s on record. It has rained less than an inch here in Helena, the capital, since last spring. Weird, huh? Especially when much of our country has been experiencing violent rains, flooding and even Hurricane Sandy. My heart goes out to those who’ve [...]

Escape to the Beach

By On Jul 31 2012, 12:10 am

Aloha! Need an escape from the heat of midsummer? Escape to the tropics with me, with the cool ocean at your feet, and a mai tai at your side, as I introduce you to my newest Hawaiian Hero. Daniel Ho'omalu is one of a very special Hawaiian family. Tasked by Pele herself with protecting the Big Island from [...]

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