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Author Kaitlin Caul

Kaitlin Caul has three great loves in life; writing, drawing, and dragons.  She is also a gigantic geek and grew up on a healthy diet of Star Trek: Voyager, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Dragonlance.  As such, she has developed a fascination with awesome stories, quippy characters, and things that go bump in the night.

Kaitlin was born in Toronto and proceeded to live in various places across southern Ontario during her youth.  She chose to move up to Ottawa after graduating from the University of Guelph with a degree in Psychology.  Her degree has helped a great deal in developing her understanding of the human psyche and just what gets under a person’s skin, but has not found much use in her chosen profession; cooking.  Her artistic side delights in the freedom of the culinary arts though, and she spends much of her time at work inflicting new recipes on her poor co-workers.

Now Kaitlin lives and works in Gatineau, where she splits her free time between assisting her fellow NaNoWriMo MLs with plans of how to drive themselves insane come November, and delving the depths of her characters’ minds.  She has published several short stories in various venues, and is the author of Life After Redby; a merry romp through the mind of someone who survived the zombie apocalypse by dying a lot.

Any other free time she might have is devoted to her two very demanding feline roommates, Isis and Bailey.

Follow her on Twitter: @MystiCaul

BOOKS

Life After Redby

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