5Q’s with Katharine Sadler

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In the hot seat for this installment of 5Q’s is Urban Fantasy author Katharine Sadler. With four books and two novellas available in her Reapers series, and the first in her Dying Dreams series published earlier this year, she’s been a busy lady!

Hi Katharine, thanks for giving me some of your time today. Thank you for interviewing me!

Of course! Now, onto my 5Q’s… Why did you start writing? I started writing when I was 10, but even before that, I loved to make up songs and tell stories. I think my first loves were the words themselves, and that evolved as I got older. So I guess I started writing because I loved words.

What’s your favorite thing about being an author? I love so much about being an author, it’s what I’ve always wanted to do. I love creating worlds and characters and figuring out how to make a story work. I especially love that I’m lucky enough to live in an age when self-publishing is an option and I can control every step of the publishing process.

Are you reading anything at the moment? I’m sort of reading four different books right now, which is a bad habit of mine. I’m reading Write. Publish. Repeat. (The No-Luck-Required Guide to Self-Publishing Success) by Sean Platt, He Found Me (He Found Me, #1) by Whitney Barbetti, The Darkest Edge of Dawn (Charlie Madigan, #2) by Kelly Gay, and Flora and Ulysses  The Illuminated Adventures by Kate DiCamillo.

What can readers expect from your books? My first and foremost goal is to write a book that draws the reader in and is fast-paced, fun, and entertaining. Maybe someday I’ll want to write a literary masterpiece, but that doesn’t interest me right now. I want to entertain readers and, if I’ve done that, I’m thrilled.

Anything new you’d like to share? Book Four of my Reapers series, The Resonance (Reapers 4) by Katharine  Sadler will be out May 15th, possibly sooner.

Thanks Katharine! Looking forward to it. 🙂

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This section will feature an interview with a different writerly friend from the Goodreads group Read Romance, Write Romance each week.

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