Author has written 18 stories for Fantasy, Humor, Love, and Young Adult.
Hello, my name is Katie Holm. I write short stories, but I also write books. I've written and published two books, The Unnamed Legend, and the sequel Sword of a Princess. The third and final book in this series is called The Division, and I plan to have it out in August of 2018.
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Synopsis of Books
The Unnamed Legend
The Unnamed Legend is about two sisters who live in a country called Airmity. Their father wants them to be "perfect" princesses, but naturally, they don't want to be the calm, cool, collected princesses that they are expected to be. After a fight, the youngest of the sisters runs away, and the eldest goes after her. Their paths diverge, and and wind up sparking an adventure that could return long lost royalty to power.
Sword of a Princess
Return to the world of The Unnamed Legend in this exciting sequel. Gobarts, wicked creatures who aided in the destruction of Gloris once long ago, have returned, once again trying to conquer the country. The king and queen are worried, as is their eldest son, Asher, the crown prince. Then, as if they didn't have enough problems, a strange girl from a country called "America" arrives in their kingdom. Though they know nothing about her, they decide to trust her, and she becomes the key to winning or losing this battle.
The Division (coming out in 2018)
We have read of the kingdoms of Airmity, Gloris, and Anemonia, but how did they come to be? What was the turning point, years ago, that birthed these glorious countries? Long ago, there was a single country, named Lorkee. It was ruled by the good king, Oliver, with his five children at his side. This good king dies after a hunting accident, leaving behind strange instructions for his children--the eldest is not to rule. His children are given instructions to choose amongst themselves a suitable ruler of the country of Lorkee. Will this odd request destroy the country, or strengthen it? And will his children still love each other when it's all over?