Kathryn H. Kidd

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Kathryn H. Kidd was Orson Scott Card's co-author in writing a novel named Lovelock.[1] The novel was to be the first of a proposed trilogy, but the other volumes have not been published. An anticipated second installment by Kidd and Card called Rasputin has been mentioned, but its future is unknown.

Kidd has also written a few comedic novels about life among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including Paradise Vue and Return to Paradise, and children's books such as The Inkeeper's Daughter. She has also written several non-fiction books of practical advice geared toward readers who, like Kidd and Card, are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These include titles such as Ward Activities for the Clueless, Food Storage for the Clueless, On My Own and Clueless: An LDS Guide to Independent Life, A Convert's Guide to Mormon Life, and A Parent's Survival Guide to the Internet. Kidd co-wrote many of these books with her husband, Clark L. Kidd. Kathryn and Clark have also co-authored a large number of magazine articles in the Latter-day Saint magazine, Meridian.

Both Kathryn and Clark are converts to Mormonism.[2]

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