Knight Trilogy by Katie. M. John

Knight Trilogy by Katie. M. John

Katie’s debut YA fairy tale series, ‘The Knight Trilogy’ has become an international best-seller in several chart categories and has reached the No.1 spot for Fairy Tales on Amazon U.K. Her recent publication has been a stand alone novel ‘Beautiful Freaks’ which is a playful exploration of the Victorian detective genre, blending classic crime with paranormal fairytales. She is currently working on an ambitious seven book series called, ‘The Meadowsweet Chronicles’ which is a tale of modern witchcraft in a sleepy but completely unordinary English Village.

She has received several accolades for her work including being awarded, The Indie Horror Award for her short story, ‘The Venus Club’, A Kindle Book Reviewer’s Choice of 2012 for Knight Trilogy and is currently a semi-finalist for A Kindle Book Review 2013 Award for Beautiful Freaks. As well as writing novels, Katie also writes short stories, often in the horror genre, having had several shorts published by a variety of e-zines and publications. She has had several poetic works published in both print anthologies and electronic publications.
Her work is a blend of rich imagery and fast paced action. Before writing full-length novels, Katie wrote poetry, her works being published in several anthology publications.

The Knight Trilogy (The Forest of Adventures, Immortal Beloved & Star Fire) Published by Little Bird Publishing House. London
Beautiful Freaks published by Little Bird Publishing House. London
When Sorrows Come (A serialized Wattpad Novel)

The Haunting of Heathmoore House. (Nexgate Press)
The Wishing Well Witch (Nexgate Press)
Desert Oracles (Hall Bros. Entertainment)
The Venus Club (Little Bird Publishing House)
Don’t be Fooled (Sirens Call)

The Song of Us (Wintergoose Publishing)
The sound of The Night (Sirens Call)

2011 Indie Horror Short Story Award for ‘The Venus Club’
2012 A Kindle Book Review Reviewers’ Choice Award 2012 for ‘The Knight Trilogy’
2013 A semi-finalist for A Kindle Book Review Novel Award for ‘Beautiful Freaks’


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