KS Turner

KS Turner portrait image to appear alongside the KS Turner biography.

Kate-Sarah Turner, grew up in Norwich, studied Art and Design at Central Saint Martins and Middlesex University in London, and now lives in Somerset with a posse of fluffy animals. Kate has a juxtaposition of unusual interests, from playing music to playing chess, and from sculpting bold pieces of art to studying maths.

Inspiration for the Chronicles of Fate and Choice trilogy originated from a vivid series of dreams in mid 2004 and Kate began outlining the story two years later in 2006.

"My imagination has always been active and I love learning, which becomes the foundation to utilize that creativity. My passion is writing; I am compelled to write! So many stories show themselves to me that have to be told. The characters sit in my thoughts like old friends with compelling tales to tell. To me, imagination and knowledge are beautiful things to be nurtured in us all."

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The Chronicles of Fate and Choice

  • Before the Gods
    This is where it all began. Everything. Love, hate, good, evil, us and them. This is before they were gods. A mute prophet, a damaged sensitive, and a wayward leader, hold the fate of the world in their hands. But the ultimate choice? That belongs to the innocent. It’s what started the battle for life. It’s what made our world the way it is today. I have heard them called many things: Strangers, gods, angels, visitors. Do not forget their real names, Because they know our pasts and are not as we’ve been told.
  • Tumultus
    The world is at peace. The Earth flourishes. The Old One dreams. Kutu and humans exist in harmony. It is a beautiful time. But on the far side of infinity, where the shadow was darkest and laughter rare, a Nigh-kutu paces a darkened room in agitation. His brother is dying and he must embrace the rage and cut free all else he feels. It is the warrior code. There is no place for weakness. There is going to be a war for life itself, a conflict of light and shadow. Love versus hate, good versus evil, hope versus fear, life versus death.
  • Time: The Immortal Divide
    The world is at peace. The Earth flourishes. The Old One dreams. Kutu and humans exist in harmony. It is a beautiful time. But on the far side of infinity, where the shadow was darkest and laughter rare, a Nigh-kutu paces a darkened room in agitation. His brother is dying and he must embrace the rage and cut free all else he feels. It is the warrior code. There is no place for weakness. There is going to be a war for life itself, a conflict of light and shadow. Love versus hate, good versus evil, hope versus fear, life versus death.