Pseudonym: K.C. Tansley.
Kourtney Heintz writes award winning cross-genre fiction for adults. Her debut novel, The Six Train to Wisconsin, is a gripping story about a man named Oliver, who attempts to save his wife Kai from her out-of-control telepathy, and brings her to the quiet Wisconsin town he abandoned a decade ago, where he must confront the secrets of his past to save their future.
Kourtney has been featured in the Republican American, on WTNHâ€™s CT Style, and Everything Internet on the radio.
As K.C. Tansley, she writes young adult. Her debut YA time travel murder mystery novel, The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts, is about a teenage girl, Kat Preston, who ignores ghosts so she can have an normal life. The ghosts, however, have other plans for her.
Her article â€śKnow Thy Genreâ€ť appeared in the May 2011 CTRWA newsletter and was selected by several RWA chapters for reprint in their newsletters. She is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, Romance Writers of America, the Society of Childrenâ€™s Book Writers and Illustrators, and Backspace.
She has been a panelist and presented workshops at writing conferences, universities, bookstores, libraries, and fantasy conventions. (Check out the News section for a list of her previous and upcoming author events.)
She resides in Connecticut with her Shih-Tzu Lhasa Apso warrior lapdog. Years of working on Wall Street provided the perfect backdrop for her imagination to run amuck at night, dreaming up worlds where the unbelievables thrive.
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The Unbelievables | The Six Train to Wisconsin
Books:Highway Thirteen to Manhattan, November 2016
The Six Train to Wisconsin #2
The Six Train to Wisconsin, May 2013
The Six Train to Wisconsin #1
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