Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #5: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]
Jul29

Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #5: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]

As we continue our interview series with Greywalker creator and author, Kat Richardson, we discuss where she came up with some of the deathly inspirations for her series!

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Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #4: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]
Jul27

Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #4: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]

As we continue our interview series with Greywalker creator and author, Kat Richardson, we discuss where she came up with some of the deathly inspirations for her series!

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Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #3: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]
Jul25

Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #3: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]

As we continue our interview series with Greywalker creator and author, Kat Richardson, we discuss where she came up with some of the deathly inspirations for her series!

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Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #2: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]
Jul23

Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #2: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]

We continue our interview series with ghostly Greywalker creator and author, Kat Richardson, the mind that possesses Seattle PI, Harper Blaine. In today’s interview, we discuss where she came up with some of the deathly inspirations for her series!

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Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #1: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]
Jul15

Ghosts & Carpet Sharks #1: Greywalker’s Kat Richardson [INTERVIEW]

If you are new to the series, Greywalker chronicles the first-person perspective of Seattle Private Investigator, Harper Blaine. After a catastrophic assault left Harper dead for two minutes, she came back with the ability to see into the Grey: the spectral realm that is the home of apparitions, wraiths, broken fragments of time, and a deadly monster called the Guardian, who helps make sure the two worlds don’t intermingle (and, as it turns out, is Harper’s boss). Because she can see things no one else can, spirits and other invisible “residents” of Seattle’s…

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