Fans are the BUZZ – consider this image from the perspective of so many many cogs individually contributing their ENERGY to the collective.  [image source, with thanks.]


Seeking Reviews & Echo Back

Submit a review of one of my books, get a free book.  The easiest reviews to share are short and specific, capturing your personal reaction to the story and the writing.  Interested?  Let me know.

What a wonderful understanding of my word-carving process in this blog post:

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  1. I love the quotation by Ernest Hemingway , the one that  says that there’s nothing to writing. Just sit next to a  typewriter and bleed.

    I assume that superior quality writing must be a bit like that and I  will unquestionably come back to this blog, since it has  a great deal of fine writing, and it is obvious the writer [of] [t]his blog proves that good writing is  not always easy, but “bled” to get it right.

Each book has a review page of its own but for now my first book, Sweet Talkers, takes center stage here.

SWEET TALKERS (Words from the Mouth of a Pay-to-Say Girl)

“This is definitely one of those rarefied sex-books that somehow blurs the line between fiction and fact and creates its own small genre.”

— Divinity

“Kathleen K’s Sweet Talkers is a fascinating look in to the real world of telephone sex, written by a woman of wit, intelligence and sharp humor. It’s also very rude.”

— Skin Two #16

“Written by a former phone sex operator, this book offers a rare insider’s peek into the phone sex business — and plenty of arousing word-for-word dialogues. Kathleen, a master at the art of sex over the wires, approaches dirty talk with imagination and zeal. Includes training tips for aspiring phone sex operators and the top ten caller fantasies.”

— Sexuality Library

Author Echo-Back:          what I’ve been told by readers

“I read it one-handed.”

“Wore it out. Bought a replacement (and a spare).”

“Filthy. Positively filthy. Thank you!”

“This isn’t a book, it’s a film-treatment with dialog included. If you can cast the right Jamie, everybody else plays a cameo.””

“It’s a bedside reader for sure; I keep mine in the nightstand with the toys!”

“So many hilarious beautiful words pinpointing that singular feeling of passionate release.”

“Loved it, didn’t think I would but I very much did!”

“I want to recommend it but I’m not sure who to, it’s really steamy and kind of sweet.”

“I’m 20 pages in and can’t put the book down. This is getting me all kinds of wild!”

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Greetings from Kathleen K. I am interested in your comments. Thanks for taking the time.

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