“Reading Feeds the Imagination”
Some of the best books are the ones you are yet to discover!
As an author Katrina Deverill reads across a wide genre, believing it’s the way to open up neural pathways long closed by life’s stresses and strains, but you can free yourself too. Open a book, let it transport you to new worlds, mysteries, and thrilling challenges. What are you waiting for? Reading feeds the imagination and we all require daily nourishment. It’s what we need to survive life’s harsh edges and the twists and turns of reality.
KATRINA DEVERILL, I Write The Words
Katrina Deverill started her writing career as an IT journalist. Later, staring retirement in the face, her passion for a story led her back to the keyboard. Now, writing fiction on the beautiful island of Cyprus, Katrina enjoys listening to her characters as they take her ideas to a different level.
Eighteen years ago, Katrina outlined her debut novel, then shelved it. This year, the completed manuscript will launch on Amazon, titled THE WILL TO LIVE. It is no longer her debut, having published a young adult mystery and an adult mystery set in Cyprus, but it brings back memories of where it all started.
Katrina believes 2023 promises to be her most exciting year when her cozy mystery launches with the first book in the Lilly Beveridge Investigates series AND THEN THERE WERE TWO set in a small Welsh town promises a page turner worth following.
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