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Katherine Cerulean


Katherine Cerulean grew up in the countryside near Athens, GA, home schooled on a farm with dogs, cats, a horse, a pony, peacocks, rabbits, sheep, and many others.

She has been writing seriously for twenty-four years, starting with screenwriting, moving into novels, and now returning to her first love of writing for the screen with both film scripts and teleplays.

She is the founder of the Athens Writers Association, which had over 200 hundred members, held 400 events and published three story collections.

Katherine currently travels the country (soon, the world!) with her sister, who is an amazing artistic genius. They have visited fifteen National Parks and are making plans for more.

Katherine and her sister are lifelong students of self improvement, and Katherine has given away over 90% of her possessions, cycled 60 miles in a day, lost over 50 pounds, become financially secure, and continues to transform her life and circumstance in service of her goals. She’s also been on many adventures and has way too much fun.

Katherine has written six novels (and self published one), four feature-length screenplays, and numerous TV specs and pilots.

Her self help series, How To Come Alive: A Guidebook for Living the Life of Your Dreams, was released in fall 2013 and is now available as a free website.

Sample her novel, Society & Civility, here.

Visit Katherine’s website

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5 responses »

  1. Katherine – what’s your email? Couldn’t find it today. Enjoyed meeting you at Lickskillet

  2. Pingback: 1st Annual AWA Writers Picnic! | Athens Writers Association

  3. Hi Katerine I would really like to contact you but has had trouble here is my e-mail look forward to hearing from you.


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