Kitty Sarkozy is a fantasy, horror, and sci-fi author. She comes from a long line of schemers and dreamers. This has resulted in her often changing her mind on what she wants to be when she grows up, making her something of a renaissance person with an eclectic list of skills and hobbies. She has wanted to be an opera singer, political campaign manager, engineer, and a nurse. She even went so far as to get a degree in Accounting and IT. However, after being an accountant for a while she realized it was more of a fun hobby, like playing Sudoku, than a reasonable career.

The one thing she always comes back to is writing.

“Writing is my soul’s home base.  I might run around the pitch, kicking field goals at musical theory or weight lifting.  I might score points in knitting, makeup design or auto repair.  I have even hooked my stick around a few careers such as barista ,accounting process audit and system design, but writing is where I hit a real touchdown. Sometimes the goalkeepers of self-doubt and laziness stands in my way, but I always knock them down eventually and go home.  By go home, I mean write something. I am home. You called my home number.”

We should note that sports have never been one of her interests, and she has a rather limited understanding of them.

Currently she is homesteading in Atlanta where she raises chickens and grows as much of her own food as she can in a small yard. She has become a bit of a hermit the last few years, going so far as to say:

“I leave the house as little as possible.  Just like Ms. Dickinson,  when Death is ready for our appointment, He is going to have to bring the car around. I have too many wonderful things to do here.”


Read her blog, Weaving Reality to find out what she is currently engaged in. She might write about the process and business of writing/publishing, gardening, social justice, knitting, sewing, space exploration, cooking, canning, fashion, hooping, dancing, woodworking, home repair, singing, herding cats, chasing chickens, painting, regional burns, Shakespearean plays, gaming, or geekery of all sorts. Expect to see some far-left political opinions from time to time, as well as social commentary on privilege and discrimination there. There will be short stories and cute cat pictures as well, so it balances out.