Katie Ginger, Writer

Live. Read. Write.

Katie Ginger, Writer

Live. Read. Write.

My debut novel The Little Theatre on the Seafront is out now on Amazon and Kobo . 

Hello and welcome everyone!

I’m Katie and I’m a chick lit and cosy mystery writer. My debut novel The Little Theatre on the Seafront was published in September 2018 by Harper Collins, HQ DigitalUK!

There’s a couple of links above, but if you’re not in the UK, all the links are on the Publications page so please hop on over and grab a copy! I promise you’ll love it!

If you love funny, warm chicklit then stick around! We’ll have lots to discuss. And if you enjoy witty cosy mysteries, please check out my short stories – Mrs Walker and the Lady in the Laundry, and Mrs Walker and the Poisonous Punch published by Mystery Weekly, and Murder Upstairs, published by Zimbell Publishing in their anthology ‘Why?’.

Here’s where I’ll be blogging about various things – writing, gin, life … more gin! I hope you’ll join me!

Latest stories

Author Interview – Arabella Sheen

You may not know this about me, but I love a Regency romance, so I’m really excited to welcome Arabella Sheen to my blog today to chat about all things books and writing! Hi Arabella and welcome! Hello Katie, Thank you for having me on your blog today. It was lovely to connect with you through the Romantic Novelists’ Association and as an author, I feel privileged to be a member of such a...

Lost Words – Let’s bring ’em back!

As a lot of this blog is about writing, I wanted to write a regular article on my favourite forgotten words. You know the type of thing, those poor lost words that sit at the back of our minds, gathering dust, having been discovered years ago in literary classics like Dickens, or Austen. They are the spices of the literary world, but I refuse to let them sit in a cupboard and be ignored until...

Rhubarb and Ginger Gin!

Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash

We’re getting to the end of May and for me, that means one thing, summer drink prep! I love gin in all shapes and forms, so today I’m sharing my favourite rhubarb gin recipe. I’ve fiddled with this recipe and this is my personal favourite, but to be honest, you can change the measurements to get the flavour you like. I love mine a little sweeter and with a little less ginger so...

Author Interview – Kitty Wilson

Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by today. I’m really happy to welcome the amazing Kitty Wilson to the blog today. I’ve admired Kitty’s writing for a long time, so it’s really nice to have her here! Hi Kitty! Thanks for joining us today. Can you tell me a bit about you and your latest work. Hello, I’m Kitty Wilson and I write a series called The Cornish Village School, set...

Author Interview- Angela Britnell

Today I’m welcoming the very talented Angela Britnell onto the blog! Hi Angela, tell me a bit about you and your latest work. The Reader’s Digest Condensed version is that I grew up in a small village in Cornwall, left school at 18 and joined the WRNS. At a NATO posting in Denmark I met my American husband who was in the US Navy. We married within a year and will soon celebrate our 36th...

7 things you didn’t know about The Little Theatre on the Seafront

As Summer Season on the Seafront, our second visit to Greenley, is published on 1st June 2019, I thought I’d share some little known facts about The Little Theatre on the Seafront for any fans out there! 1. The Little Theatre on the Seafront was originally called Much Ado about…Greenley! I think we all agree that The Little Theatre on the Seafront is a much better title, so...

Katie Ginger, Writer Live. Read. Write.

Katie Ginger

The first thing you need to know about me is, I like gin. Lots and lots of gin.
I live in the South East of England in a lovely little town by the sea and spend my time working, running around after my kids, walking our King Charles Spaniel, Wotsit, and writing!

I love history and have a Master’s degree, but have also been lucky enough to work in various castles and museums over the years. I’ve yet to get one of them into a story though – I really must try harder!