KT's Calendar Pictures
KT was born in Brooklyn, NY, where children are raised with strong opinions
and city attitudes. She spent most of her young life with her nose in a book
and, when she was bad, she was punished by being sent outside to interact
with other children.
She started writing science fiction when she was 12, and then began a teen
romance series entitled The Left-Overs that - over six years - became 25
novels long. None of these novels have made it to print yet because, in her
own words, these novels need a loooooooot of work. She then tried her hand
at adult romance and fantasy, until she found her niche in horror... but not
the horror she's writing today. Although vampyric in nature, the novel she
began writing in college had a different supernatural mythos and a heroine
that was completely human.
The mythos of Celeste didn't occur until KT created her as a one-shot for a
LARP she had a hand in running,
and three years later Celeste was still "alive" and causing trouble. That's
when KT decided to write her story. The "Sto's House Presents..." series
started as a serial on KT's website to keep a happy balance against the dark
of the vampyre stories. Eventually she had enough for a full manuscript.
"The Books of Insanity"
Celeste Mundania Press, July 31, 2007 (ISBN: 978-1594263873)
Vanity Mundania Press, July 31, 2008 (ISBN: 978-1594264801)
Marco By Light Unseen Media, September 11, 2011 (ISBN:
"Sto's House Presents..."
Beer With A Mutant Chaser
Dark Quest Books,
May 31, 2011 (ISBN: 978-1937051297)
Mutants on the Rocks Dark Quest Books, Tentative: April 2012
“Rejecting Your Reality” –
UnCONventional Spencer Hill Press, Nov 10, 2011
"Silver Lining" - Hellfire
Lounge 2 Marietta Publishing, November 9, 2011 (ISBN: 978-1892669742)
"The Final Straw" -
Hellfire Lounge 2 Marietta Publishing, November 9,
2011 (ISBN: 978-1892669742)
"The View Never Changes" -
New Blood Padwolf Publishing, June 15 2010 (ISBN:
"Game Over" - Hear Them
Roar Marietta Publishing, July 25, 2008 (ISBN:
"E-mails: 10" - Nth Degree
Magazine #11, September 2004