a conversation with Katherine Turner

an author, blogger + INFJ

Today, I’m delighted to share my conversation with Katherine Turner.

Katherine is an author of contemporary romantic women's fiction that explores the power of love and human resilience in the wake of trauma and abuse. She grew up in foster care from the age of eight and is passionate about improving the world through literature, empathy, and understanding. She also uses her voice to blog about mental health, trauma, and ways we can be more compassionate as a society. Katherine lives in northern Virginia with her husband and two children. When she's not writing, she's likely reading or exploring nature with her family.

She is also an INFJ and a member of the INF Club community.

I’m also delighted to share that Katherine’s debut book is now available (it was released on Friday 🙌).

In our conversation, we talk about her book, her writing and lots more.

🎙Listen now: a conversation with Katherine Turner (episode 5)

see also:
-> Katherine’s written interview
-> Her new book, Finding Annie

connect with Katherine:
website | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook


in case you missed it…

Last weekend’s virtual introvert meet-up was lovely. We’re hoping to host another one soon, and you can watch the full replay here.


and something else…

Last month, after applying on a whim (note to self: if in doubt, but it feels right, go for it) I was offered a discounted scholarship ticket to FreedomXFest in Bali. I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to make it… but given the current global circumstances it’s been changed to an online festival, and it’s free. Today is the final day - with conscious collaborations, a cacao ceremony, ecstatic dance & more on the menu. See a full timetable + register -> here.

See you next time,

Jas

PS. whoops, I accidentally uploaded last week’s article as members-only. Here it is -> Why I’ve downgraded to a simpler phone #BacktoBlackberry


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