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Archive for Tag: Cathryn Cade

Pump Some Iron, Pump up Your Writer Health

Posted on Sep 29, 2014 by   2 Comments | Posted in Blog · Uncategorized · Writer Fitness · Writing

Before I begin my post, a quick note to say I’m signing off as co-host of the FF&P Blog as of October 1st. It’s been great co-hosting this year with author Nancy Badger. I’ve met so many authors and teachers of  the craft of writing, and learned from each of you. Can’t wait to see what my [Read more…]

Horse Opera to Space Opera–Seriously?

Posted on Jan 13, 2014 by   5 Comments | Posted in Blog · Books · Uncategorized

If you’re reading this blog, chances are you are a fantasy, futuristic or paranormal romance fan and writer. Well, so am I! But I sure didn’t start out that way. I grew up in Montana, in a ranching family that included great-grandparents who helped settle the west. One of them even lived with Sitting Bull’s [Read more…]

Sci Fi Romance, Write Now! by Cathryn Cade

Posted on Dec 12, 2013 by   8 Comments | Posted in Blog · Uncategorized

The market for sci fi romance is wide open, and here’s why you should join me in writing it. Let me just start out by saying that I don’t think of myself as a sci fi fan. I was force-fed Heinlein and Bradbury in high school and while they are truly outstanding writers, I was [Read more…]

Trust is a Universal Need by Cathryn Cade

Posted on May 23, 2013 by   2 Comments | Posted in Blog · Uncategorized

Hi, I’m Cathryn Cade. I write sci fi and contemporary paranormal romance. This means my heroines encounter some pretty weird and wonderful situations, beings and villains. However, it doesnot mean they escape the same needs as heroines in every sub-genre of romance. We women want a strong hero to watch our back while we battle [Read more…]