Kitty McIntosh

I am a writer and poet living on the west coast of Scotland. I write romance, mystery, sci-fi and erotica as Kitty McIntosh and Kitty Kat. My story in the ‘Loving Blue in Red States Series, ‘Kilbirnie, Scotland:The Night Dusty Played’ was published in August 2019.

Amazon UK

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07WMVN6TR/

Amazon US

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My short story ‘The Woman By The River’ was published in July 2019, reaching No.1 in the Amazon Short Reads chart

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07VW37VT3

My short story ‘Bristol Blues’ was published in ‘Lesfic Eclectic’ in 2019. https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=1IRS1Q506-9VBuBxhyB_-5yzfZyMoSxGk

My short story ‘The Train to Glasgow Central’ was published in the Sapphire Books Anthology ‘A Heart Well Traveled – Tales of International Love Affairs and Unlikely Outcomes’. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Heart-Well-Traveled-International-Unlikely-ebook/dp/B077F4X1X4/

My poem ‘On The Way Out’ was published in ‘Our Happy Hours – LGBT Voices for the Gay Bars’ – edited by S Renee Bess and Lee Lynch. The anthology won the Goldie in 2018 at GCLS in Las Vegas. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Happy-Hours-LGBT-Voices-Bars-ebook/dp/B076ZPDHJ3/

What People Say

I wanted to know more, more, more! The author, a newcomer nearly on the scene as a story writer, promises this is a prequel to a greater story to come. I’m intrigued and I’ll wait impatiently for the rest. I see great things coming and I hope she doesn’t keep us waiting too long.


Shelly’s Bookstore, Amazon Review

Kitty I hope this is just a tease of what’s to come. I’d love to read more of this story and I bet there’s so much to tell.

Ali Spooner, Amazon Review

A cute short story that brought intrigue and mystery, whilst building a beautiful scene for the reader, and exquisite imagery with description of the lovey scenery by the river, and where Gillian lives. Well written, and an exciting prequel to what sounds like a promising novella.

Charger, Amazon Review

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