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Hello!  My name is Kathryn, and I write Welcome to Katfrog's Corner!  I am a escaped former corporate slave employee who became a stay-at-home mom years ago.  After raising three kids to a minimum of kindergarten, I decided I'd try to become a published writer.  This is much more difficult than it sounds, let me tell you.  I started a blog on WordPress, but deleted it after a while.  I also started writing on LiveJournal, but I didn't like that either.  No offense meant to either website - they just weren't for me.

Then in 2011 I began this blog on Blogger, and I've been writing here ever since.  Strangely enough, I find myself loving writing blog posts so much that my novels have gotten more attention.  At the moment, I am writing a new novel about a vampire turned newspaper reporter/detective who needs to solve a murder.  I also have a small kids/young adult series that needs me to just freaking finish writing it (I know how the stories go, I'm just having motivational troubles.) and I have another vampire novel that exists in the same universe.

In my blog, you will find my opinion on current events, books, movies, video games, and technology, as well as recipes and short works of fiction.  I truly do not mind opinions - like Gordon Ramsay says, you can't get better if you don't know what's wrong.  But I also truly despise trolls, and I will delete anything from a troll without a second thought.

So, welcome to my little corner of the world!!!

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  1. Hi Kathryn, I'm Wednesday and I found you from the December Blog Hop on bloggy moms. Also Im a new follower!!!!!

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