Authors

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 with first letter K

Sylva Kanderal

Sylva Kanderal was born in Brünn. She studied dentistry and she had her own practice in Zürich. With a talent for art, she attended the painting school of Aimé Venel in Zürich and she has exhibited her paintings in Europe and the USA. Inspired by her many journeys, she attended the School of Writing in Hamburg and wrote a series of shorts stories. She published her first novel “Freya’s Image” at the beginning of 2019. “Dancing with a Cowboy” is her second major literary work. In her free time, she likes to play bridge and golf.

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Antonia Kattos

Born in Cyprus, fifteen year old Antonia Kattos is the daughter of an Australian-born Greek mother and a Greek-Cypriot father. Whispers of Demonized Souls is her debut novel which she hopes will be the first of many. When not writing, Kattos enjoys composing and performing music, loves drama, ballet and spending time with her cats. She also cherishes long and lively discussions with her twin sister Irene.

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J.A. Kay

J.A. Kay lives in the lowlands of Scotland near Kilmarnock and draws much of his inspiration from the legends and history of a nation filled with wonder. Brought up on the west coast of Scotland, Kay completed secondary education at Greenwood Academy in Dreghorn. He was fortunate to have the author William MacIlvanney, the Scottish Novelist and short story writer and poet, as his English teacher in the 1970s. His success inspired Kay to put his own stories to paper. When not looking after his granddaughter or spending time with his wife and ... 

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John Kelley

In this, his debut full length novel, John Kelley draws on all his experience as an engineer working both in the UK and abroad. Born in the UK and already an established author of short stories and a renowned photographer, when he has time, Kelley also enjoys spending time driving rally cars in the UK. Passionate about writing and the planet, Kelley addresses many current global concerns in his novels which transcend any cultural differences.

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J.A. Kelly

J.A. Kelly is a retired police officer from Preston, UK. Her grand passion is the breeding and exhibiting of Dobermanns, but she also enjoys spending time in the beautiful Ribble Valley countryside. While she has previously written articles and critiques for the Canine Press, Forever Fated is her first novel. 

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Martin Kettemann

Martin Kettemann has a passion to travel to different countries. He not only wants to sightsee at places; he wants to immerse himself in people’s lives. He has a special longing for America, but also for Asian cultures. Though he can also enjoy face-to-face conversations, he often prefers emails, letters, chats and texts. Through private emails, he often finds access to the heart of other people and friends, helps them with different issues and get a stronger connection with them. These written conversations and personal experiences led him to ... 

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Alford Khan

Alford Khan, the eldest of 12 children was born at Adelphi Village in Berbice. He studied at the Berbice High School. After which he worked with his father who was a dentist and tailor. On completion of his tutelage in dentistry. He left for the UK and found employment as a civilian with the Royal Army Dental Corps. In 1968 he established his own dental business in London and is still active in that field. The adage “Jack of all trades” suits Alford Khan to the core, as he acquired varied skills right from plumbing to parenting, cabinet ... 

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Apollo Kikule

For the last thirty years, as well working as an accountant and setting up a successful Financial Systems Consultancy company first in Botswana and then in Uganda, Apollo Kikule has labored day and night in the study of God’s Word, with particular reference and focus on the New Testament. In these studies, Kikule has found the spiritual truth to share with the world which comes from studying chapters in their entirety. He has found the congruence and uniformity in the meaning of each chapter and with all other chapters in the New Testament ... 

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G. D. Killeen

After finishing his chemistry studies and spending his years working in the field of technical manufacturing, G. D. Killeen, now as a comfortably retired “countryman of all times”, decided to devote his time entirely to writing. His epic and buoyant story, Danny’s Era was mainly inspired by the early formative years he spent playing and working on a farm. As an already self-published author of a collection of short stories, Killeen always returns to the themes of the countryside, farming, life’s pleasures, horse racing, gambling, adventures ... 

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Suk Kyoon Kim

Suk Kyoon Kim studied public affairs at Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea and went on to receive MPAs at Seoul National University and Indiana University and a Ph. D in Public Administration at Hanyang University. His dissertation is about the Asian piracy problem, helping him earn a title of ‘Dr. Pirate.’ In addition to teaching international maritime law at Inha University, he has been an adjunct professor at the Hanyang University Graduate School of Public Policy. He is serving as professor at Myungji College. He served as a Korean ... 

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David Kindon

David Kindon was born in Plymouth, England, in 1966 where he attended a comprehensive school. He has worked in the heating and pipeline industry for three decades starting as a truck driver and progressing to Branch Supervisor. He was an avid football player in minor leagues and then went on to play in the Plymouth and District League and in the Plymouth Sunday League. Thereafter he became a successful football manager at local level. David raised money for his local hospice and his preferred charity, the PDSA, by finishing the London ... 

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Rowlin King

 

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Birgit Kingham

Birgit Kingham is a new up and coming children’s author. The Droopys World Travel, Part 1 is her debut novel. Born and raised in Vienna, Birgit chose the path of the hospitality industry and once she gained experience in the five star hotel business, she moved on to working on the QE2 as an officer. Travelling the world which gave her fantastic experiences which would later be the inspiration for her first book. After becoming a mother in 2012 she went onto manage a high end sporting estate. But, she has now found her true calling, writing ... 

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Terian Kings

The author Terian Kings was born in May 1992, in Lagos, Nigeria. After completing his studies, he decided to dedicate himself solely to writing. His interest in arts and literature made him write his first novel, The Camaraderie. In his debut novel, Kings reflects the dilemmas most young adults have to face when growing up: leaving home, becoming more and more independent and responsible, forming moral codes in the face of social and emotional changes, learning about the world and finding a place in it. In a world that is sometimes ... 

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Tom Kirkham

Tom is a 30-something music obsessive and part-time explorer who hails from the North West of England. In the real world, Tom is a self-employed marketing and communications consultant, but is happiest watching bands perform, following Liverpool FC and thinking about his hair. A multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Tom has released two albums with his band Silent Alliance, who are passably big in Japan. Tom lives in North London with his feline companion of 12 years, Mr Kitten. Pop Life is his first book.

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Michael Kopytko

Michael Kopytko was born in October 1988. He lives in Basel, Switzerland. He was educated up to high school level. Michael has his own company and works as a ghostwriter helping people to apply correctly for jobs. Michael writes CV's and motivational letters and prepares applicants for their interviews. His interests are travel and writing. ‘Bar Tender’ is his first book.

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