In the fourth series, find out which ThunderClan apprentice will complete the prophecy that foretells that three cats hold the future of the Clans in their paws. Meanwhile, a dangerous force from the darkness rises.
In the seventh series, a harsh leaf-bare season descends on the forest, and a new darkness begins to spread—a shadow that threatens a beloved Clan leader, the cats' connection with their ancestors in StarClan, and the very warrior code they live by.
In the eighth series, a new generation of warriors rise—one wrestling with the legacy of his great ancestor Firestar, one seeking to protect her troubled Clan, and one yearning to prove herself as a medicine cat. But tragedy will strike in RiverClan.
...Both Kate and Cherith write for about six hours a day? In addition, Kate revealed that she and the other Erins typically do not get writer's block and once the main storyline is completed, it takes roughly eight to twelve weeks to write a Warriors book.
"When Brokenstar sent me here—when he exiled us—I thought my life was over. It wasn't just me, either. The elders, like Archeye and Hollyflower, thought they were too old to be of use to ShadowClan. But look at how all the cats here have worked together! We all have something to contribute. We all take care of each other. This is what a Clan should be."