Kate Baucherel BooksWriting is a real passion, and Kate produces fluent and authoritative work on a wide range of subjects. She has published a large body of work related to the safe use of digital tools and the legislation that surrounds business activities, informed by decades of experience in management reporting, preparation of business plans, and investment documentation. Kate has a talent for researching and analysing new developments in the field and can present them clearly to readers.


Bitcoin Hurricane, the first SimCavalier book, was published in August 2017, and its sequel, Hacked Future in September 2018. It follows the adventures of Cameron Silvera and the cybersecurity team at Argentum Associates as they battle cybercrime in near-future London. The SimCavalier also features in the Harvey Duckman Presents… anthologies.


COMING SOON from Business Expert Press: BLOCKCHAIN HURRICANE: Origins, applications and future of blockchain and cryptocurrency

Due for publication is Spring 2020, BLOCKCHAIN HURRICANE is a straightforward and honest overview of this brave new world.

The hype around blockchain technology is matched only by the innovation it inspires and the scepticism it provokes. This book gives business decision makers and students a clear overview of the history, current applications, and future potential of distributed ledgers and cryptocurrency. It explores strengths and weaknesses, emerging opportunities, and perceived threats. Clear explanations of the technology and its evolution and a wide range of real world case studies help strategists to understand the risks and rewards of different approaches to blockchain implementation, and the decision factors in determining whether this is a viable solution to the problem at hand.

Kate’s first book was ‘Poles Apart: Challenges for Business in the Digital Age‘ (MX Publishing, 2014) This tackles the missing digital skills and gaps in knowledge that plague micro businesses, which often result in lost business opportunities and unexpected costs when things don’t go as planned. It was well received by its audience, reaching the top five in Amazon business books on publication.