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Cate’s Books and Stories

  • My first novel, Heart’s Passage (ISBN: 1-932300-09-0) is available from your local gay and lesbian independent bookstore. It was released by publisher Regal Crest Enterprises in August of 2003. Wherever you are in the world, if you don’t have easy access to an independent gay and lesbian bookstore, the best place to buy Heart’s Passage is Amazon.com. For further news about Heart’s Passage you can visit its online home here.
  • No Ocean Deep (ISBN: 1-932300-36-8), the sequel to Heart’s Passage, is available from your local gay and lesbian independent bookstore. It was released by publisher Regal Crest Enterprises on May 5, 2005. You can find out more about the story at its online home, here. Wherever you are in the world, if you don’t have easy access to an independent gay and lesbian bookstore, the best place to buy No Ocean Deep is Amazon.com.
  • A Long Time Coming – My third novel, will be published by Regal Crest Enterprises on July 10, 2012. You can read more about it here.
  • Infinite Possibilities is a Xena/ST:Voyager crossover yarn. The story is complete and can be found here. It won a Swollen Bud award, so be prepared.
  • Can I Call? — a vignette between two people in trouble.
  • Damaged Goods – A short story written for the anthology The Milk of Human Kindness which was released by Regal Crest Enterprises in November, 2004. For further information about the anthology and Damaged Goods itself, go here.
  • Don’t I Know You From Somewhere? – a Christmas short story originally written for the Royal Academy of Bards Challenge VII. You can find it here.
  • In the DNA – a Law and Order: Special Victims Unit fanfic featuring Det Olivia Benson and Dr Melinda Warner. A two-parter, first part complete, second part in progress.
  • Laid Bare – A short story written for the anthology Infinite Pleasures which was released by Starcrossed Productions in September, 2004. For further information about the anthology and Laid Bare itself, go here.
  • The Fountain – This is a one-act play, in theory, complete with stage directions. It tells the tale of two friends on vacation in a fabulous city, discovering more than the sights.

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