About Catie

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Catie was born and raised behind the pine curtain in East Texas. Her favorite memories of childhood are sitting around listening to her family spin yarns.

Some of the tales were spooky. Some had grim endings. Some were sidesplittingly funny. The stories all had one thing in common: each had an element of the mysterious or the unexplained.

Those weird stories molded Catie into a purveyor of her own brand of lies and legends. One day, she found the courage to start writing down her stories. It changed her life forever.

Catie Rhodes lives steps from the Sam Houston National Forest with her long-suffering husband and her armpit terrorist of a little dog.

When she’s not writing, Catie likes to cook horribly fattening foods and crochet or knit stuff nobody wants as a gift. She also reads a whole helluva lot.

About Catie’s Fiction

Catie Rhodes is the author of the Peri Jean Mace Ghost Thrillers. Her short stories have appeared in Tales from the Mist, Allegories of the Tarot, and Let’s Scare Cancer to Death.

Check out Catie’s fiction at her Books page or on her Amazon Author Page.

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About the Articles

Catie wrote the non-fiction articles on this website and made them free to show folks what inspires her fiction. (Not because she’s an expert in these topics.)

If you have been enjoying the free non-fiction articles, the single best compliment you can pay Catie is to check out the Books page on this website or visit her Amazon Author Page on amazon.com.

Catie is no longer able to update the free articles, to correspond about them, or to write new ones. Catie apologizes for any inconvenience this causes.

Please enjoy the articles for what they are–free information on topics of interest. Catie wrote these articles with the intent of publishing them for free on this website. A good deal of research went into them, but they are far from perfect.