Welcome to Kathy Steinemann’s WordPress Home

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Kathy Steinemann is the author of The Writer’s Lexicons, wildly popular tools for writers.

Transform wooden characters into believable personalities your readers will love. Or hate. Kathy cuts through the rules and shows you how.

Harness body language, purge hackneyed adjectives, and draw on the environment for ambience — with The Writer’s Lexicons as your guides.

These books are a must-have for all writers, from amateur to professional, fiction to nonfiction.

Sprinkled throughout, you’ll find exercises and examples with ideas for story prompts. Snap ’em up at will, and …

… write on.

(As an Amazon Associate, Kathy earns from qualifying purchases.)

Volume I Purchase Links

Digital Editions: [Amazon.com] [Amazon.ca] [Amazon.co.uk] [Amazon.com.au] [Amazon.in] [Amazon.de] [Apple Books] [KoboBooks] [Barnes & Noble] [Smashwords] [Chapters] [Google Play] [Walmart]

Print Editions: [Amazon.com] [Amazon.ca] [Amazon.co.uk] [Amazon.com.au] [Amazon.de]

Volume II Purchase Links

Digital Editions: [Amazon.com] [Amazon.ca] [Amazon.co.uk] [Amazon.com.au] [Amazon.in] [Amazon.de] [Apple Books] [KoboBooks] [Barnes & Noble] [Smashwords] [Chapters] [Google Play] [Walmart]

Print Editions: [Amazon.com] [Amazon.ca] [Amazon.co.uk] [Amazon.com.au] [Amazon.de]

Please visit Kathy’s home page, KathySteinemann.com, for free word lists and short fiction. You can also subscribe to her blog and browse through her growing collection of books.

 

 

 

About Kathy Steinemann

Kathy Steinemann, Grandma Birdie to her grandkids, is an award-winning author who lives in the foothills on the Alberta side of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. She has loved words for as long as she can remember, especially when the words are frightening or futuristic or funny. Her career has taken varying directions, including positions as editor of a small-town paper, computer-network administrator, and webmaster. She has also worked on projects in commercial art and cartooning. Kathy’s website: KathySteinemann.com
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