- July 27, 2007: Kate
will be in San Diego for the Comic-Con weekend. Check the
Tor booth for signing times. (You might also stop by the
Bantam/Spectra booth and ask about her there).
- August 31, 2006:
Kate has sold her second and third romance novels to Tor
Books. (She is very excited). The novels are linked
and will continue the journey into misty, haunted romance.
- June 22-25, 2006:
Kate will be attending Writer's Weekend in Seattle,
Washington. For more information about Writer' s Weekend,
- May 17-21, 2006:
Kate will be attending Romantic Times (RT) convention in
Daytona Beach, Florida. To find out more, click www.rtconvention.com.
- October 20, 2005:
Seal Island got a very kind review from BJ Deese at
- October, 2005: Kate
is hard at work on her next novel, having managed to get a very
good start on the book during a brief sabatical from the rat
race. (There are whaling books on every shelf in her New
York apartment now).
- June, 2005: Kate
has managed to spend several days this month in Nantucket, New
Bedford, and Mystic researching what may be her next
project. (Watch this space for more about this).
- May 16, 2005: Kate
"chats" with readers and writers in her first live chatroom
experience thanks to the people at ParaNormal Romance
- April 29, 2005:
Kate joined in a Chicago signing as part of science fiction and
fantasy's 2005 Nebula Awards.
- April 7, 2005: A
review from Jill M. Smith,
Romantic Times BOOKclub.
- March 24, 2005: An
excellent review from Suzanne Coleburn, Reader To
Reader/The Belles & Beaux of Romance.
- March 20, 2005: An
excellent review from Kathy Samuels at Romance
- March 15, 2005:
Kate's website www.katebrallier.com is up and running (and
waiting for search engines to list the site). (Husband
Dave has been busy learning the internet ropes and figuring out
the basics of site design so blame him if something doesn't
- March 3, 2005:
Friends sight Seal Island in grocery stores and store fronts
across the country.
- March 2, 2005: Kate
emails most of the known world. Kate and husband find
Seal Island in a local bookstore (there is much
ooing and ahing).
- March 1, 2005:
Kate's first foray into paranormal romance field began with Tor's
publication of Seal Island. Hooray!