Kate Valent

Kate Valent

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Kate Valent

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Published reviews

This story explores the struggles of faith and the hard decisions a teen has to make when her magic is odds with her church's beliefs.

This book is perfect for superhero fans looking for a fresh take that will have you rooting for the henchman instead of the heroes.

Perfekt for younger fans of Black Mirror with an age appropriate twist of technology.

In this comical urban fantasy romp Alexis isn’t your average chosen one. She’s a guitar goddess that nothing, apocalypse included, can stop.

Comics & Graphic Novels

Esemtu Vol. 1

Karin Springer

Esemtu is a murder mystery wrapped up in Sumerian mythology that will appeal to fans of the supernatural.

Middle Grade Fantasy

The Falconer

Darcy Pattison

A fantasy adventure featuring a strong female lead and a well-built world of magic and danger.

A fun science fiction romp about two school kids uncovering a conspiracy in their colony.

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Kate Valent

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I'm a literary agent and freelance editor who loves to support all sides of the publishing industry. As a reader I enjoy a variety of genres from SFF to historical fiction. I also aim to be a published author one day. Visit my website for my editing services.

Reason for blogging

I've always loved books and they are one of my favorite topics to talk about. I also work in the publishing industry so I know how important reviews are for authors. I enjoy using the experience I've gained as a publishing professional to not only recommend books but also post tips to current and aspiring authors.

About me

I'm a literary agent and freelance editor who loves to support all sides of the publishing industry. As a reader I enjoy a variety of genres from SFF to historical fiction. I also aim to be a published author one day. Visit my website for my editing services.

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Kate Valent
Genres
Fantasy Historical Fiction Young Adult
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📚 80 books read per year