Losing Kate

Kylie’s debut novel Losing Kate was released by Random House April 2014.

Losing Kate

Read the official blurb here

#1 Fiction on iTunes April 2014.

“This fantastic debut shifts back and forth between present and past, easing out the suspense at a masterful clip. With a great ear for dialogue, and a crackling sense of humor, author Kylie Kaden makes you care deeply for her troubled protagonists.” iBook Editor’s Notes.

I’m delighted to announce that Losing Kate was chosen in the Random 10 – the top 10 books people are talking about for 2014.

Titles to Bookmark in 2014

Where Can I Get it?

Stocked at Big W, Angus and Robertson, QBD, Bookworld, Fishpond, Airport NewsLink stores, and many independent book sellers.

Got a Kindle? Pre-order your Kindle version from Amazon here (release date March 26th) : Losing Kate – Kindle Copy

If you’re a traditionalist, old fashioned print versions may still be available from bookshops (if you can find one!) or online retailers (such as fishpond (free delivery in Aus) or The Book Depository who offer free delivery worldwide).

Angus & Robertson also offer free delivery Australia Wide.

Already in the know about Goodreads? Add Losing Kate to your reading list here:

Losing Kate

Der Sommer Mit Kate

Losing Kate was also published internationally in May 2015.  The German translation Der Sommer Mit Kate is also available through Amazon here  –  Der Sommer Mit Kate


5 thoughts on “Losing Kate

  1. Kerry Kaden

    I found Losing Kate to be a very enjoyable read. It kept my attention throughout, only leaving a chapter unfinished once out of necessity. Most days I had to read a few chapters at least. I loved the variance of time frames running concurrently throughout the book. This story is well written & deals with a taboo subject in a very optimistic way. It is lighthearted & funny.
    P.S. Kylie – I’m rather chuffed I figured it out (correctly) 2/3rds the way through the book.
    Can’t wait for your next book.
    Kerry K.

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