About the Author:
Kathryn Dionne lives in Southern California with her husband, Jeff, and their Shar Pei, Bodie.
From an early age, Kathryn's love of treasure hunting sparked an interest in archaeology. As an amateur archaeologist, she's been fortunate enough to uncover some very unique artifacts in different parts of the globe. However, she's still searching for that very special scroll.
In addition to writing, she manages their five-acre property and their grove of Italian olive trees. Her husband has lovingly named their business; Saint Kathryn's Olive Oil.
In her spare time, she makes cookie jars and throws pottery in her studio. She also creates mosaics from discarded objects and sells them under the category of Found Art.
The Eleventh Hour Trilogy, an Amazon #1 best seller, is a supernatural thriller set in Israel. The story is based on a terrifying end-of-the-world dream she had over fifteen years ago that still haunts her to this day.
She has also written a children's book called, Derek the Fireless Dragon. It is collection of illustrated humorous poems and rhyming stories suitable for children of all ages.
Under the pen name Kathryn Longino, Kathryn has partnered with author Abby L. Vandiver and wrote, At the End of the Line, an Amazon #1 bestseller. The book is a women's/historical fiction that spans from 1958 through 1972. It is a story of friendship, survival, and determination during one of the most tumultuous times in America's history.
Six Mile Canyon, Pleasure Point, and Cathedral Rock are the first three books in the Savannah Swift Psychic Mystery Series. The books are about Savannah, a seventeen year old girl who discovers she's psychic. But her abilities are met with disapproval from her mother and her Baptist minister father. As she matures, so do her abilities, propelling her into some incredible adventures.
Kathryn is currently working on the fourth book in the Savannah Swift Psychic Mysteries Series, called Puck's Fairy Glen.
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