Current Books

Mummy, Me & Multiple Sclerosis
Flutter on My Cheeks

Flutter on My Cheeks is a story of a daughter doing her best to understand her mother’s chronic illness and the problems that arises when a parent struggles day to day.

Join Zetta, her two dogs, two rats and two fairies as they explain life with Multiple Sclerosis from the point of a child.

Flutter on My Cheeks
An Exploration of Plum Island Sound
The Great Neck Mermaid

The Great Neck Mermaid explores Plum Island Sound and the surround environment. The story also explores the history of the Ada K. Damon. 

The Ada K. Damon was a sand schooner that sank off of Crane Beach in Ipswich, Massachusetts.  

The Great Neck Mermaid


Inspiration is All Around Us
Page from Flutter on My Cheeks

Having a chronic illness is a struggle for many parents.  Flutter on My Cheeks is an attempt at telling a story that normalizes the issues that parents face.  

Wee 'Ouse Asbury Grove

The Wee Fae ‘Ouse, or the Fairy Cottage, was initially completed in 1871, by Robert Sanderson. Mr. Sanderson was a devout Methodist and shipbuilder. With the help of family, friends, and colleagues from her days in construction full time, Katherine will reinvent the cottage to make a retreat for the body and spirit where she plans to write and create art.

Page from Flutter on My Cheeks

With the help of amazing premium digital illustrators on Katherine was able to create her own illustrations by mixing he custom creations and existing elements. As her style has become more personalize she is incorporating more unique characters and digitally drawn elements. 

Katherine DeSilva, Author

Katherine DeSilva has been a life long writer.  Her first children's book, Flutter on My Cheeks: Mummy, Me, & Multiple Sclerosis, was published in 2022.  
Her second book, The Great Neck Mermaid, is scheduled for releasing in early 2023. 

Katherine currently has additional books in the works, both geared towards adults.

Katherine DeSilva was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) after the birth of her daughter. She works to spread awareness about MS and the huge range of issues that people with invisible illness face.

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