Welcome to Caitlin’s official website, where you will find projects, bios, and the occasional blog post.
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Now on Kindle & PAPERBACK, Caitlin’s first full length historical fiction novel, Alexander’s Lost General, which tells a story of a young woman who grows up in the company of Alexander the Great.
A female warrior in a time dominated by men, a general in a time ruled by kings. Alexis of Macedon was born with a fire in her spirit that could never be quelled. She grew up at the side of giants, Alexander, Hephaistion, Ptolemy, Cassander. Two would be her brothers, one her lover, and one her greatest enemy.
For twenty-two years they stood together, winning wars, conquering the known world, bringing in a new age. For ten more Alexis fought to hold Alexander’s empire, side by side with Ptolemy. She became known as ‘The Warrior Queen’ or ‘Queen of Asia’, ruler of the known world after Alexander.
Love. Death. Betrayal. War. This is the story of Alexis of Macedon.
And following Alexander’s Lost General is Hephaistion, part of the Lost General Saga.
You know her story, but you don’t know his. See the world of Alexander, Alexis, Ptolemy and Solon through the eyes of Hephaistion, his life spread before you in a sweeping tale of a soul caught between times, in a place that will never be right for him.
He dreams of the past and the future. From the beginning, he knew how it would end. Follow in his footsteps as he tries to navigate a life where he has never felt quite right in his own skin, hear his words, and see the world as he saw it.
Also on Kindle, a short story from Caitlin entitled Immortal Bird.
This is the story of Mary Tate, a young woman born at the end of the 18th century. Diagnosed with a weak heart at the age of twelve, Mary’s life is turned upside down when she is told she can no longer run and jump and play as she has before. Instead she must be calm, quiet, and proper, everything Mary hates.
But she is not alone. With her older brother William at her side and surrounded by a group of close friends, Mary learns to love books and poetry, becomes a patron of the theatre, and even finds love, living her tragically shortened life to the the fullest.