Kate Worth lived a nomadic childhood, moving every year or two as her father was assigned to a new post throughout his career with the State Department. Her family was evacuated during the revolution in Iran, watched tanks roll through the streets of Quito, Ecuador during a coup d'etat, survived an Oktoberfest bombing in Munich and a massive earthquake in Chile that walked their refrigerator across the kitchen floor... all events that fired her fertile imagination.
She began her career as a journalist then meandered into graphic design, illustration, and baby making for a decade before returning to her first love... writing. Now she pens the types of novels she likes to read... historical romances with strong story lines, complex, swoon-worthy heroes and strong, interesting heroines.
In her spare time Kate collects Victorian etiquette manuals, old newspapers and magazines about life in pre-1900s England, and first-person travelogues from the Golden Age of travel.
She loves reader feedback and always responds to emails. Drop her a note at KateWorthRomance@yahoo.com or visit her website, http://www.kateworth.com/. Her blog is found at http://kateworthromance.blogspot.com/. It shares some of the interesting, little known bits of history she has picked up along the way and chronicles her journey as a writer. Friend her on facebook to keep up with new releases at http://www.facebook.com/KateWorth.Romance or follow her on Twitter @KateWorth2.