Welcome to Kate’s Place

What ho, you stunningly attractive, noble-hearted and incorruptible reader. I’m Kate Coldwind, and I’m hugely pleased you’ve taken time out of your day to visit me here.

For a fairly long time now, while I’ve been ‘helping’ my wife out with her #Frithcast Heathen podcast, I’ve generally given ways to contact me including this site, and my social media accounts. And, for a similar time, I’ve kept links to those accounts here on this landing page. For complex personal reasons, my Facebook account is no longer there. My Twitter account is — it’s HERE — but it’s just set up to tweet any posts I put up here; though DMs are open and I’ll try to check them periodically in case you want to contact me there.

Very occasionally, but not nearly as often as I really should, I write stuff on the bloggy bit of this site. I think the problem is that as far as the Internet is concerned I’m basically twenty years behind. And even by the standards of what remains of the ‘blogosphere’ in 2019 — all those people who’ve felt no need to migrate over to doing YouTube channels and Twitch streams and such — it’s not nearly often as even semi-professional content-creatorhood would demand (nor as professional; hell, it barely qualifies as ‘content’ except in the sense of bubble-wrap space-filler sense), but if you’d like to read what’s there, just click HERE.


If, for any reason, you’d like to know a little bit more about me as a person, like I’ve got some sort of celebrity complex and amn’t just a random obscure blog-keeper, but anyway if you do you’ll want to click on THIS link for that sort of thing.

There’s a page of links to some useful pages and resources I visit HERE, and I really should pad it out a bit more before long.

It’s like a bloody Choose-Your-Own-Adventure, isn’t it? Feel free to mark a page and turn back if you fall down a big pit or get squished by an ogre. I used to cheat at those books all the time myself.

So hopefully that’s helped. And if it turns out you’re here by accident and were looking for someone else instead, they’re over there. Tell them I said hi.