Sharon K. Middleton

I am a fourth-generation Texan who grew up in San Antonio. My first relative was a boy who came to the Colonies in 1747 as a Scottish indentured servant at age 12. My great-grandmother immigrated from Mexico in the 1890s.
I am a semi-retired attorney with a family practice near Houston, Texas. I write, quilt, and raise and show Skye terriers. ...

Leslie Kain

Leslie Kain was always writing something when she was a kid, but in her careers (psychology, Government Intelligence, nonprofits), her writing was limited to nonfiction. Once she began dabbling in fiction, her short stories found their way into literary journals and anthologies. She developed personal relationships with her characters, who nagged ...

Sorel Kaire

Sorel Kaire was born and raised in Guatemala, She moved to Los Angeles to attend college, and has been living and working there ever since.  Today she works as a script supervisor for sitcoms. Although Sorel has been telling stories her entire life, The King and I is her first book.

Stephen Kanicki

Stephen Kanicki enjoys thought-provoking, reality-based science fiction. His novel, The Seven Experiments, explores religious, spiritual and metaphysical themes woven into an imaginative and frightening narrative. Kanicki is a father, a teacher, and an award-winning photographer. When he's not writing, he likes to run and if his aging body can ...

Jan Karon

Jan Karon was born in Lenoir, North Carolina, in 1937 ("A great year for the Packard automobile," she says). Her creative skills first came alive when her family moved to a farm. "On the farm there is time to muse and dream," she says. "I am endlessly grateful I was reared in the country. As a young girl I couldn't wait to get off that farm, to ...

Bob Kat

NOT MY LIFE is Kathy Clark(aka Bob Kat)'s 42nd novel. She's been a Vice-President of the Romance Writers of America, Co-Founded the Colorado Romance Writers and has been a member of the Mystery Writers of America Rocky Mountain Chapter. She's been a RITA Finalist, NY Times bestseller, had several books named Best Indie Book and has won ...

Brian Kaufman

Brian Kaufman is the curriculum editor for an online junior college. In other universes, he is a pro wrestler, a radio talk show host, a heavy metal guitarist. In this universe, he lives with his wife and dog in the Colorado mountains, writing novels and avoiding moderation or any pretense of maturity.

Robert Kearns

Author Robert E. Kearns comes from the Emerald Isle a country that has produced many famed writers like Bram Stoker, Thomas Kinsella, Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift to name just a few. He was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1971 and lived there until 1995 when he moved to Houston, Texas. He lived in Houston for the next nine years. Robert believes that ...

Judy Kelly

Judy Kelly is an adjunct professor at Montgomery College in Maryland. She was previously a high school teacher in Fairfax County. She is an avid long-distance bicyclist, a running enthusiast, enjoys playing the piano and an active member of her church. She lives in Maryland. That Ever Died So Young is her first published work of fiction.

Helen C Kelly

Helen was born in Ashton Under Lyne but has lived in various parts of the country growing up. She is now settled in North Yorkshire and has no intentions of moving for the mother of two grown-up girls, whom she is extremely proud of. History and research have always been something she has loved, and she has three master's degrees in History, ...

Chris Kelsey

Chris Kelsey grew up in Oklahoma, the son of a jazz musician and a school librarian. He's played the saxophone since he was knee-high to an armadillo and made a name for himself playing, teaching, and writing about strange and obtuse forms of modern jazz. Chris currently lives in Dutchess County, NY, with his wife Lisa, son Jasper, and daughter ...

Stephen and Alex Kendrick

Alex and Stephen Kendrick serve on the pastoral staff at Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, GA. They began working in film when surveys showed how churches respond so positively to film as a ministry tool. They have since founded Sherwood Pictures, a production company dedicated to bringing Christian life-change to moviegoers all over the world. Their ...

MM Kent

MM Kent is not just another old man telling lies. As a professional artist for 34 years, he's exhibited work in fourteen states and won awards on both coasts. Kent draws on his experience painting in the naturalish traditon to infuse his debut novel with the kind of art lore an author can only acquire from first-hand experience. An athlete and ...

Craig Ohlau & Kevin L. Gingrich

<p>Craig Ohlau &quot;Bobber&quot; was born and raised in Chester, Illinois, the setting for the book. In 1995, he and his longtime group of friends won the Khoury League National Championship, and Craig went on to star in baseball at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville and earn tryouts with several Major League teams. Today, ...

Joseph Khalid Massenburg

Joe massenburg grew up in the rough central ward of newark nj. He attended essex county voc. And then essex county college. He is currently employed as a police office in newark nj

Stephen King

Stephen King was born in Portland, Maine in 1947, the second son of Donald and Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King. He made his first professional short story sale in 1967 to Startling Mystery Stories. In the fall of 1973, he began teaching high school English classes at Hampden Academy, the public high school in Hampden, Maine. Writing in the evenings and on ...

Karen Kingsbury

USA Today and New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury is America’s #1 inspirational novelist. There are more than 15 million copies of her award-winning books in print, including several million copies sold in the past year. Karen has written more than 40 novels, ten of which have hit #1 on national lists. Karen's recent title, This ...

Barbara Kingsolver

Barbara Kingsolver was born in 1955 in Annapolis, Maryland, and grew up in rural Kentucky. She counts among her most important early influences: the Bookmobile, a large family vegetable garden, the surrounding fields and woods, and parents who were tolerant of nature study (anything but snakes and mice could be kept in the house), but intolerant of ...

Jeffrey Konkol

A marginal triathlete, and better-than-marginal classical pianist, Jeff Konkol is permitted to live in the sprawling home of four very large cats. He published his first table-top RPG, Of Gods and Men, in the early 90s, and has been running games within that setting ever since. He recently returned to writing with the hope of sharing those stories with a wider audience.

Dean Koontz

When he was a senior in college, Dean Koontz won an Atlantic Monthly fiction competition and has been writing ever since. His books are published in 38 languages and he has sold over 400 million copies to date. Thirteen of his novels have risen to number one on the New York Times hardcover bestseller list (One Door Away From Heaven, From the Corner ...

Kayla Krantz

Kayla Krantz is a proud author, responsible for a number of fantasy novels, and is fascinated by the dark and macabre. Stephen King is her all-time inspiration, mixed in with a little bit of Eminem and some faint remnants of the works of Edgar Allen Poe. When she began writing, she started in horror, but somehow drifted into thriller and fantasy. ...

Joanne Kukanza Easley

Joanne Kukanza Easley, born in Chicago, Illinois, has adopted Texas as her home. She lives in the Texas Hill Country on a small ranch with her husband, three rescue terriers, and abundant wildlife. Retired from a career in nursing--with dual specialties in the cold, clinical operating room, and the intense, emotional world of psychiatric nursing, ...

J. Denise Kulick

J. Denise Kulick lives in a small cottage out in the country near the largest freshwater lake in Pennsylvania. She lived in four different states and moved fourteen times before returning to her home state. Her award-winning artwork has been exhibited in galleries, art shows and fairs on both coasts. Her passion for the conservation of paper and ...


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