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Keeping it Brief!

First of all, thank you everyone who has been visiting my Facebook page as well as my blog. I've got 5,600 viewers on here now, and 240 likes on Facebook (not a ton, but a lot more that a month ago). I am very grateful for having so many who take an interest in my work. The following is what I shared on Facebook last week, and thought I should share here as well... :) 


For those of you who haven't heard the news, I will be graduating in June! This is a very exciting time for me because there is a lot going on for both my writing and my possible future! I have been accepted into the university as well, but have not yet made the decision as to whether or not I will be attending in the fall. There are a lot of factors that come into play when put in a very different position/situation from most people. Whether I choose to attend or not though, my writing will continue! I am currently in debate as to whether or not go through with just self-publishing "The Prince's Assassin" (book two) over he summer since I have been so busy (the other option is to hold off and submit to traditional publishers.) I would love to hear your opinions of course!


The two year anniversary for publishing "The King's Daughter" is coming up at the end of this month, and that means there have been two years that have gone by in which I didn't release the sequel. In just those two years, I have managed to write all of book two, almost all of book three, and have written almost all of a new book (for a different series), as well as having begun writing my first sci-fi work. I think it's time to share some of those works with you. Don't you?

Love,
K.K

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  1. Super proud of you Kayla. Sabrina and i would love to see you this summer btw -love Ash

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  2. yeah sorry i'm constantly off the grid. just message me on tumblr sometime ( its stole-the-tardis)

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