fiction and fantasy are the settings for author Susan Kite’s five published
novels. The former
Clevelander’s most recent book, “Realms
of the Cat,” was published …
Science fiction and fantasy are the settings for author Susan Kite’s five published novels.
The former Clevelander’s most recent book, “Realms of the Cat,” was published in the summer of 2018. Kite’s cats are the adventurers in this book.
“I normally stick to sci-fi fantasy as my genre of choice. When I was growing up I enjoyed sci-fi and fantasy authors, and it carried over into my own writing,” she said.
In the 1990s, she started writing fan fiction, which featured characters like Zorro and stories from “Lost in Space.” She even wrote a “Star Wars” crossover, and still has a site to this day on bookscape.net.
“My House of Dreams” is another one of her works.
As a member of the Etowah Writers’ Guild, Kite has contributed to a Halloween-themed book called “Haunted Houses and Terrifying Tales,” with each based in East Tennessee. She said she contributed three stories to the anthology, including one about a Boy Scout meeting the ghost of a slave; a story featuring her cat, T.B.; and a boy who trick-or-treats in Etowah dressed as a Wookiee and is joined by his “friend” he believes is dressed as Bigfoot.
“My writing has been so fulfilling. When people tell me, they’ve enjoyed my books or tell me they want more stories, I’m so grateful to hear that,” she said. She loves to hear readers’ feedback on her books.
Kite has a son and daughter.
Her books can be purchased on authorsguildoftn.org, amazon.com, worldcastlepublishing.com and barnesandnoble.com.
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