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Summer Splash Book Blog Tour - Week 3: Catherine Banks

Author Catherine BanksYes, we're still making the summer sizzle with some hot summer reads.  (By hot, I don't necessarily mean erotica... just some excellent indie books).

This week I had a short sit down with Catherine Banks, the author of Pirate Princess and Daughter of Lions, as well as the Artemis Lupine Series, the Little Death Bringer Series, and the Ciara Steele Novella Series.  This brings her total presence in just novellas and novels alone to ten distinct works.

Banks has been writing for a long time and the fantastic writing in her books show it.

So, what did she have to say when we had a short chat?


  1. When did you first realize you were going to be a writer?
    I was a storyteller as a toddler and I never stopped. I didnt really consider myself a writer until I published my first novel in 2010, but I’ve always been one. 
  2. Describe your ultimate writing space.
    It would have to be a gorgeous executive desk with a comfy desk chair and the perfect ergonomic keyboard. Lots of sunlight and at night, a view of the moon.


Author Bio:
Catherine Banks is the author of the Artemis Lupine Series, Little Death Bringer Series, Ciara Steele Novella Series, Pirate Princess, and the novel Daughter of Lions. She began writing fiction stories when she was only four years old and finished her first full length novel at the age of fifteen. Catherine is a Northern California native and has lived within a twenty mile radius her entire life. She plans to travel to as many places as possible in her thirties to make up for her lack of traveling experience. She is married to her soulmate and best friend, Avery, who blessed her with two amazing children. After her full time job she reads books, plays video games and watches a lot of anime shows and movies with her family to relax.

Connect with Catherine Banks!
Website: www.catherinebanks.com
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/CatherineBanksAuthor/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/catherineebanks
GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2134487.Catherine_Banks


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