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Katya Mills
Katya was born on February 1st,1973, and raised in New Hampshire. She recently published her first novel, Girl Without Borders. She exchanged a whole lot of drama on the streets of Oakland and Chicago, for a simple life. Today she lives in California with her two kittens, Boo and Mouse. She is a... show more



Katya was born on February 1st,1973, and raised in New Hampshire. She recently published her first novel, Girl Without Borders. She exchanged a whole lot of drama on the streets of Oakland and Chicago, for a simple life. Today she lives in California with her two kittens, Boo and Mouse. She is a survivor. Katya has been reading and writing since an early age. She received her BA in English Literature from Northwestern University, and more recently, her MA in Psychology. She has developed a signature style all her own. Academics and street science equally inform her writing.Today she can often be found in her backyard, reading Edgar Allen Poe and gathering fresh mint and oregano. Her old Royal typewriter has taken a backseat to her Chromebook. She writes dark, psychological thrillers. Her characters are often young punks with the 'me against the world' mentality. You can find her work on Amazon and Wordpress. She performs spoken word and publishes flash fiction, almost daily, on her website @ www.katyamills.com.

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Birth date: February 01, 1973
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I love books rated it 2 years ago
(Rating: 4 stars.) Maze is the sequel to Daughter of Darkness. Maze is written in the same fast, powerful style. Ame, the main person from Daughter of Darkness, gives the reader her look on life, humans (because she is different) and what they do to each other. Her life hasn't been easy and in boo...
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KristyRulebreaker rated it 2 years ago
I love this book. It is easy to read because of the flow of the words. The characters are very interesting and complex. The end is mysterious, and I can't wait the third part to see what will happen next.
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