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Kathy DiSanto
Award-winning Novelist

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Romance, Paranormal Thriller, Science Fiction

Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award
2014 Kindle Book Awards Semi-finalist

Kathy's first two books were published by Bantam's Loveswept line in 1997.

The dystopian science fiction thriller, Why Live?, released in 2011, has been hailed as "uplifting and profound."

In 2012, Kathy released a paranormal thriller, the first book in a series built around crime reporter A.J. Gregson. Amanda's Eyes  has received excellent reader reviews and was named a semi-finalist in the 2014 Kindle Book Awards. The second book in the Gregson series will be released in 2017.

2014 saw two book releases, both sweet remixes of the 1997  Bantam romances, For Love or Money and Hunter's Shadow, books one and two of the Golden State Hearts Trilogy. Book three is slated for release later in 2017.

Writing has long been Kathy's passion, and her experience in the craft includes work as a communications specialist at Texas A&M University, where she wrote more than 200 features for print and the web. After retirement, a  short stint as a freelance writer produced another 200 articles.

On the personal side, Kathy is a U.S. Air Force veteran and mom to two outstanding professional musicians who keep her dancing. She enjoys writing, reading, meditation, learning piano, walking her rescue dogs, Lucy and Molly, and working on her 95-year-old American foursquare house.

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What do readers say?

  1. Sweet Romance
    For Love or Money: "If this book doesn't have you laughing out loud I don't know what will!" Hunter's Shadow: "Kathy DiSanto has written a fantastic, sweet contemporary romance."
  2. Paranormal Thrillers
    Amanda's Eyes: "You took me and my imagination for a ride, thank you for writing this wonderful book." "Kathy Disanto's stunning writing will leave you wanting more thrilling adventures!"
  3. Dystopian Science Fiction
    Why Live? "Kathy DiSanto asks many interesting questions in this book ... good thought-provoking science-fiction ... Uplifting and profound."