Who is Katherine Tweedle?
Katherine Tweedle writes flash fiction, short stories, sleep stories, and book reviews and is currently working on her first novel. She experiments with fantasy, historical fiction, science fiction, speculative, and literary fiction. She is coming to a bookshelf near you.
Katherine fell in love with writing at an early age, beginning her career with stories such as Max Catcher and the Eye Spy Detective Agency, which she was too much of a lazy bum to finish (move along, folks, nothing to see). In college, she progressed to sappy romances that she did finish but were also rubbishy.
She has written many pieces of flash fiction and several short stories, which can be found in Barren Magazine, X-R-A-Y Magazine, and Riggwelter.
Her longest work is a historical fantasy novel (age range TBD) that's in its second draft.
The "novel-she's-not-writing" ('cause if she told you about it, she'd jinx the finishing of it) follows a teen who grew up without his mother. Idealistic to a fault, he commits to searching for her across the world, and on his journey discovers magic, mystery, and betrayal.
More stuff you didn't know about KET:
She coedits flash fiction at Barren Magazine.
Her work is inspired by J.K. Rowling, Angie Sage, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Ray Bradbury.
She studied English literature at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
She's house Gryffindor/Thunderbird.
There is no debate: Oxford comma forever.
She has a proclivity for subtle amounts of cinnamon.