This week I am delighted to be having a slice of cake with author Karina Kantas.
Karina is a prolific author of 13 titles. Including the gritty MC thriller series, Outlaw and the exciting award-winning, YA fantasy duology, Illusional Reality.
She also writes short stories and when her imagination is working overtime, she writes thought-provoking dark flash fiction.
There are many layers to Karina's writing style and voice, as you will see in her award-winning, flash fiction collection, Heads & Tales and in Undressed she opens up more to her fans, giving them another glimpse into her warped mind.
When Karina isn't busy working on her next bestseller, she's a publicist, author manager and VA. She's also the host of the popular radio show, Author Assist on the Artist First Radio Network and host of the YouTube show, Behind The Pen.
Karina writes in the genres of fantasy, MC romance, Young Adult. sci-fi, horror, thrillers and comedy, romance, PNR, dystopian and erotica.
You can find her on Facebook and Twitter, where she loves hanging out with her readers.
What kind of stories do you write?
I write in most fiction genres.
Stone Cold is a very biographical novella without the murders and supernatural elements I’ve thrown in.
Illusional Reality, book one. Becky soon founds out her whole life is a lie and that she’s about to come face to face with an enemy she didn’t even know she had.
The Quest, book two of the Illusional Reality duology, award-winning novel. Yet again, it’s up to Thya to save her kinsmen. But now she has more than her life to worry about.
Heads & Tales is an award-winning collection of dark and thought-provoking fiction.
Undressed is my second collection of fiction, poetry and prose.
The Outlaw series. In Times of Violence, Huntress, Lawless Justice, Road Rage. Four books the tell stories about a group of people that don’t fit into society and refuse to bend to their rules.
Toxic. Acid Rain forced Maloks to live inside mountains. But it’s not an easy life when you’re being watched and can be cast out at any given time.
A Flash of Horror. Taking the darkest tales from Undressed and Heads & Tales and making a separate collection.
Can you describe your writing why?