Writing is a passion, and Kate produces fluent and authoritative work on blockchain and the adoption of digital technologies. She has been published in online and print journals including the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy and IT NOW magazine. Her latest tech title is Getting Started with Cryptocurrency for BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, and her 2020 book Blockchain Hurricane was selected for the Harvard Business Publishing catalogue. Kate also writes science fiction and cybercrime thrillers underpinned by real technology.

Praise for Blockchain Hurricane (BEP, 2020)

Kate is an excellent writer and we need more books like this to explain blockchain for business in such a pragmatic fashion. A must read.

Getting Started with Cryptocurrency will be published by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, in April 2024. It introduces professionals and business decision makers to digital assets and blockchain and their applications in multiple industries.

Blockchain Hurricane was published by Business Expert Press in 2020 and appears on the Harvard Business Publishing catalog. It is a clear, concise and non-technical book for business leaders, MBA and MSc courses, and professionals who need a good grounding in this exciting emerging technology.

Kate also collaborated with Ash Costello to produce the What's Hot in Blockchain and Crypto books (2020/21). These feature 32 high profile interviews with the founders and principals of ground-breaking businesses around the globe, ranging from gaming and the future of work, through smart contracts and digital art to the underlying infrastructure.

In 2022, Kate co-authored research on Digital Trade Technology and Policy - Barriers and Opportunities with Teesside University academics, HMRC, and other industry specialists.

She has written countless articles on the challenges and opportunities of emerging technology as a ghost writer and under her own byline for clients including BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT; The Realization Group; the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy at Loyola University; Digital Leaders; Liquid Barrier; Converge; and Sage.