An Evening at The Rancher’s Wife
January 26th 4:00 pm – 7:00 p.m. MT
600 Third St, Berthoud, CO 80513
Meet and greet along with a book signing.
Boulder Book Store
March 15th 6:30 p.m. MT
1107 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302
Kathleen and Colorado author Scott Graham will speak about and sign their books, Chasing Justice and Saguaro Sanction. Join us for a fun evening!
Berthoud Community Library Book Club
March 28th 1:30 pm and 6:30 p.m. MT
236 Welch Avenue
Berthoud, CO 80513
Join Kathleen for a fun-filled discussion about Chasing Justice. Free and open to the public. Come to whichever time is most convenient for you.
Book Launch for Hunting The Truth
Time and place TBD
Free and open to the public. Enjoy a talk by Kathleen about her inspiration for the second book in the National Forest K-9 series and a book signing afterwards.
Colorado Sisters in Crime Book Club
November 15th 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT
Free and open to the public. Kathleen will discuss and answer questions about book #2 in the National Forest K-9 series—Hunting The Truth.
Meetings are held via Zoom.
Articles and Interviews
Kathleen loves being involved in the writing community and is currently the program director and member of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Mystery Writers of America. She’s also a member of International Thriller Writers, Sisters in Crime, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, Women Writing the West, Authors Guild and Northern Colorado Writers.
• Cops and Writers
• Radio Pet Lady Network—Interview about Chasing Justice and second interview about Sherlock Hounds Detection Canines: Keeping Drugs and Guns Out of Schools
• K-9 Presentation to Rocky Mountain Chapter of Mystery Writers of America
• Berthoud Weekly Surveyor
• Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer Podcast with Mark Stevens
• Doggy Diva Show
2022 Guest Blog Tour
I’m excited to help support two Colorado K-9 foundations. Here’s more information about each of them:
Larimer Retired K-9 Foundation
The Larimer Retired K9 Foundation was started because the LSCO K9 deputies are a valuable asset to the safety of our community and have provided years of dedicated service during their active duty as a deputy. Our nonprofit foundation was formed to support K9 deputies when they are ready to retire, whether due to age or injury. The Larimer Retired K9 Foundation ensures the K9 handler and family can adopt their retired K9 deputy and lead a happy and healthy retirement without undue financial burden due to costs associated with the K9. Donations to the Larimer Retired K9 Foundation are used to pay for medical and care expenses for each LCSO retired K9. The mission is to ensure the devoted partnership between handler and retired K9 continues through the rest of the K9 deputy’s life.
Friends of Boulder County Sheriff K-9 Association
Established in April of 2017 as a 501(c)3, the Friends of Boulder County Sheriff K9 Association (BCSK9) was established in effort to provide financial assistance to the retired K9s of the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, to include medical bills and memorial costs, a burden which is placed on the K9’s handler after retirement.
In addition to providing assistance to our retired K9 friends, Friends of BCSK9 strives to provide financial support to supplement the often underfunded canine unit. Although the Sheriff’s Office provides salaries & patrol vehicles for the handlers, as well as food and medical bills for the active K9’s, the budget can be quickly diminished by unexpected medical bills, leaving little to no funds to purchase new equipment or replace the worn equipment these heroes use on a daily basis.
I’m happy to support other K-9 organizations by donating books for auctions, highlighting your organization in my newsletter and more. Please contact me for more information.