Many events have taken place in her life since Katrina Gurl published her first novel, The Balcony View Revisited.
In her mid-thirties, Katrina had a desire to write love stories that readers would fall in love with…realistic love stories! In 2009, Katrina’s dream came true. Thanks to her readers, she has fallen even more in love and dedicated to writing.
Now that her life seems to have finally settled down, Katrina says she is more than ready to complete her next book of short stories. She says they will be just as romantic, seductive and alluring as the first book of stories, and they will be filled with erotica and twists of fate.
Katrina would like to thank all those who support her writing. She says, “It literally means the world to me.”
Someone once asked Katrina what it felt like to be a published author, and this was her reply: “I feel free, witty and ecstatic that my words have the power to capture one’s attention.”
Katrina Gurl is a relationships coach, a wife and a mother of four grown-up children who lives in sunny California.
Katrina Gurl is a Certified Relationships Coach for Couples having studied with Fellowship Ministries C.O.G.I.C in San Joaquin County, CA. She coaches on a full spectrum of life issues and has significant professional experience in supporting people dealing with infidelity, forgiveness issues, self-hatred and other personal crises.
Since 2010, Katrina has helped couples to strengthen their marriages all over the Central Valley. Her passion for helping people become fulfilled and happy in all areas of their lives comes from achieving personal triumphs in her own life.
As a wife and mother, Katrina knows by experience the roller-coaster that a marriage and raising children can take couples on. Helping couples understand one another better is her number one focus. Teaching couples to overcome obstacles is her mainstay.
Katrina has a broad base of skills, a non-judgmental attitude and genuine sensitivity, care and concern for people.
Her book, Learning to Protect Your Marriage details some of her own marital experiences and how her family suffered through and survived infidelity and lack of communication.
Because of her own experiences, Katrina feels empowered to help others see that repair is possible for a broken marriage. Katrina believes it is also possible to make marriage a complete success through better communication, forgiveness and letting go of baggage.