Kathi Oram Peterson
 
Kathi Oram Peterson

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Let me tell you a little about myself. I grew up a small town in NE Idaho. I love my hometown where the drug store still has a soda fountain and where people wave hello to strangers. I’ve worked on my writing for years and years and years. Along the way I won a few contests, earned my BA in English and finally started selling my books. I’m very humbled to see my manuscripts turn into actual novels. To learn more about each book, please click the cover. Thanks for stopping by.

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November 10, 2014

So much is going on right now.

On the personal front ...
First let me thank you for all the support and prayers of late. My husband had back surgery a month ago, then two weeks later had a pulmonary embolism and ended up in the hospital for nearly a week. He’s doing much better, but boy that was scary, and I’m so very grateful for family and friends who have helped us get through it. We’re hopeful there will be no more setbacks.

On the writing front ...
This Saturday I launch my new novel, Deceived. Please click on events to find out where I’m signing. This will be my fourth romantic suspense. Please click on the cover to read more about the story. It’s a little different from others and will keep you guessing.

Other exciting news ...
Things are finally beginning to come together for the sequel of The Forgotten Warrior. I'm excited to tell you, but I need to wait until everything is finalized. I should have more information regarding this after the holidays. But wow!!! I think you’re going to like it. Right now, I’m working on a rewrite of my next romantic suspense, Shadowed. I’m not fond of rewrites, that is . . . not until I’m there working on the novel and then something my editor has suggested makes me think of other possibilities and off I go digging up other scenarios and it turns out better than I’d ever dreamed. The title may change, so stay tuned.