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December 1, 2009
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Kaitlin Maitland


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I think I was somewhere around eleven or twelve when I got tired of waiting for my favorite authors to write sequels and began to write them myself. When I got tired of playing in their worlds I started creating my own. Now, twenty years later, I still havenít stopped.

Contemporary, historical, fantasy, western, suspense, sci-fiÖI love them all. As a reader Iíll pick up anything and often frustrate my loved ones with my habit of constantly having my nose in a book. As a writer Iím even worse. I currently have nine works in progress, five contemporary romances, a western, a sci-fi and two historical shorts.

I write what makes my heart sing and refuse to apologize for deviating from any known formulas. I write both erotic and sweet romance and will always let my characters determine which is what.

When not typing away on my laptop I spend gratuitous amounts of time chasing my mare around her pasture with a bucket of grain banging against my hip. Alas, Pistol may be overweight but she can still outrun me any day of the week. To me, thereís nothing more soul satisfying than spending a morning on horseback listening to the sound of nature all around me. Iíve been riding longer than Iíve been writing, after all, and my equine friends oftentimes star in my works of fiction.

Though I grew up in the Rockies of Northern New Mexico, I make my home in the rolling hills of Missouri. Both places offer exciting backdrops for stories to come, and I love to travel looking for even more scene stealing locations.

So whether youíre an avid reader, a fellow author, or just someone passing through, Iíd love to hear from you. You never know, you might just end up cast in one of my works of fictionÖ

http://www.kaitmaitland.com/site.html


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