Kathryn Edmunds has worked extensively with young people and their families in the fields of child protection, counselling and teaching. She's also worked closely with Indigenous Australians, people from a refugee background and with those experiencing disadvantage. Throughout her life Kathryn has been involved with people from a variety of cultures which enabled her to draw on those experiences when writing The Galaxy Lighthouse. Her sense of humor and genuine love for humanity is evident throughout the novel.
Despite the uncertainty in the world, there is an undeniable revival of great spiritual awakening. The Galaxy Lighthouse aims to provide meaning and purpose to life and lead the reader to consider the possibility of a bigger picture; a world free of selfishness, hatred, violence and pollution. The story explores human values and provides insight into the challenges encountered by teenagers and the universal feelings associated with those challenges. It tackles the complexities of life in an honest and humorous fashion while reminding the reader about the power of love