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Novel in progress:

  • The sequel to the Gator Leaves Nothing Behind Part-I & Part-II

Children’s Book in Progress:

  • The Adventures of Benny and Jenny


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  • The Last Madam: A Life in the New Orleans Underworld— by Chris Wiltz
  • Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald—by Judyth Vary Baker
  • JFK: An American Coup D’etat: The Truth Behind the Kennedy Assassination—by Colonel John Hughes-Wilson
  • Dr. Mary’s Monkey: How the Unsolved Murder of a Doctor, a Secret Laboratory in New Orleans and Cancer-Causing Monkey Viruses Are Linked to Lee Harvey Oswald, … Assassination and Emerging Global Epidemics—by Edward T. Haslam
  • Firestarter—by Stephen King
  • See No Evil—by Robert Baer
  • The Third Bullet—by Stephen Hunter
  • The Institute—by Stephen King
  • The Dead Zone—by Stephen King

Where did you get the idea for your most recent book?

“I own a salon, and I had a young girl hanging out with her mother and me during an hour long process. She brought some books with her and finished them far too quickly. She became terribly bored. I told her to create a short story, and she threw that challenge right back at me. I accepted and when she left, the juices were flowing. I sat down and wrote three stories…one of which was Bree The Tree.”

How do you deal with writer’s block?

“The only real block to my writing is time. Finding the time to write while running another business is difficult. The other thing that slows me down is research. I am writing a fiction novel that is dipped in the rich history of South Louisiana. I struggle with getting all the facts that I need for an era that came before I was born.”

What’s the best thing about being a writer?

“I am a naturally curious person with an active mind. Writing allows me to think, to let the thoughts drift out of me, it feels like a release. Writing gives me an excuse to learn new things I wouldn’t have otherwise, to expand my mind and look at the different sides of myself, It shines a light in the corners of my thoughts, places I have rarely gone and I am sometimes amused—sometimes disturbed by what I find.”

What’s your advice for aspiring writers?

“Ask yourself this question…Why do I want this? If the answer is that you want to be a writer for fame or money, there are easier ways to get attention and make money hand over fist…just ask a Kardashian. If calling yourself an author is solely what you are after, you may be wasting your time, and setting yourself up for major disappointment. I write because it won’t leave me alone, like an itch you have to scratch. I feel better when I write as if it were vitamin C and awful when I don’t. If this is how you feel about writing…then write, and keep writing and don’t let anyone or anything keep you from it…including the voices in your head that try to sabotage your efforts. If you don’t know what to do…find someone that is doing it right and walk where they walk, step where they step. Seek the people who know what to do and bug them until they spill, or until they get a restraining order.”

What are you currently working on?

“I am currently attempting to split a novel that became too lengthy. It may end up being a series. It is a story about a bright young girl from South Louisiana that finds herself facing a diabolical threat. A nemesis she never expected…her husband.”

How do you get inspired to write?

“Everything inspires me to write. I see, hear, feel, taste, and touch the world around me and it makes me want to share it with those who might not have noticed the things that I did, so many bizarre and wonderful things.”

Who is your favorite fictional couple, and why?

“The couple I am always drawn to is Cathy and Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights. A love that endures beyond ego, social ills, mistakes, and death. What more could you ask for?”

Meet Kami's Book Family...

Nicole Eva Fraser

Nicole Eva Fraser

Meet Nicole—She is the author of three contemporary novels and a nonfiction e-Book. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and communications from Baldwin-Wallace University, and her Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from the NEOMFA consortium in northeast Ohio. A native of Boston, she now lives in Cleveland with her husband and pets. Nicole is also an editor, writer, ghostwriter, and coach. Without Nicole’s steadfast belief in Kami as a writer, she probably would have never had the courage to believe in herself. Check out Nicole’s Amazon Author page.

Spencer Hamilton

Spencer Hamilton

Meet Spencer—He is a Northern California native, where he and his wife live. He is a freelance editor through his company, Nerdy Wordsmith Ink, where he works with fiction and non-fiction authors from around the world. He is a writer/editor for 1667 Press and a writer/consultant for The Codex and its podcast, Decipher. In another life he taught music and was the singer/songwriter, Spencer Borup, releasing his record Wooden Elephant in 2013 with producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank, Andrew McMahon). You can find random musings and other writing at Spencer’s BlogSpot, as well as keep up with his work and send all enquiries to [email protected].

Sandeep Likhar

Sandeep Likhar

Meet Sandeep—He is a young entrepreneur from India, where he runs his digital designing company Likhar Publishing. He studied at Satya Sai School in Hindi medium, and graduated from Devi Ahilya Vishvavidyalay, after which he worked for an IT company for two years. Over the years he has become fluent in English and built an impressive reputation on Upwork as an ebook designer. You can visit him at his website or www.upwork.com

K.M. Weiland

K.M. Weiland

K.M. Weiland lives in make-believe worlds, talks to imaginary friends, and survives primarily on chocolate truffles and espresso. She is the IPPY, NIEA, and Lyra Award-winning and internationally published author of Outlining Your Novel, Structuring Your Novel, and Creating Character Arcs. She writes historical and speculative fiction from her home in western Nebraska and mentors authors on her award-winning website Helping Writers Become Authors.

Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglis

Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglis

Meet Angela and Becca—The minds behind The Emotion Thesaurus and many other bestselling writing books. You can find them at Writers Helping Writers and try out their custom tools and resources at One Stop For Writers

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