Olivia R. Burton

Author, Cat Lady, Vegan
I'm Olivia and I write Urban Fantasy that doesn't suck. I don't bother with angsty love triangles or imperfectly perfect women who can do no wrong. My main characters don't pull day-saving powers out of their butts at the last second, don't get fawned over by every strapping, hot-ass monster in the vicinity, and they definitely get told when they're being dimwits.

I try to be inclusive, realistic (insofar as you can be when you write about werewolves, mercenaries, fairies, and a cake-addicted empath), and entertaining. If you like silly and sarcastic, fun and farce, check me out!

I live just outside of Seattle with a clowder of cats and a stink of litterboxes. I enjoy vexing my kitties, taking long walks, eating vegan food, cooking vegan food, and watching cheesy, big budget movies where people answer questions like, "Who should we call?" with a gruff and overly serious, "Everyone." I also enjoy making up collective nouns for things that don't already have them, like a spootle of Ruperts and a stink of litterboxes.


My Cats
Martin
Wheatley
Uriko
Snapshot
Lump
Reuben
Lucca
Maxwell
Crackers
We have a lot of cats in our house. I have five (Martin, Uriko, Wheatley, Lump, and Snap) and my roommate has four of his own. My cats are almost all geriatric, and so they're pretty mellow. Martin is 16, Lump and Snap are 15, Uriko is 10, and Wheatley is 5. They mostly sleep, though Martin does a fair bit of yelling.

Anyone with a ginger cat knows what I'm talking about.

Cody's cats (Reuben, Lucca, Maxwell, and Crackers) are mostly on the young side, ranging from Crackers at 2 to Lucca who's 9. They get along pretty well with my cats, though Crackers is crazy so she randomly goes nuts on any other cat within swatting distance. Snap used to be just as brutal when she was young, so I know she'll grow out of it eventually.

You can follow my cats on my rarely used Tumblr, My Cats Are Jerks, my Instagram, or on their twitter (which has sort of just become an aggregate for Instagram pictures), Cat Shenanigans.
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