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Kathy Brooks had the good fortune to grow up as an ‘air force brat’ in the days when kids ran free all day, as long as they came home for supper. By the age of thirteen, Kathy had moved six times. She credits these days of adventure and exploration with developing her imagination and curiosity.
When not in the garden, Kathy can be found walking, cooking, reading, travelling, or squirrelled away at the library completing a biography, writing short stories or working on several novels at the same time. She prefers writing inspiring, up-lifting but gritty stories. “Go, Danny Boy, Go” won a prize in the White Rock Friends of the Library writing competition in British Columbia.
Two Kathy Brooks stories appear in Moose House Stories Volume 1.
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