There are times that Amazon is really on the ball with their book recommends. They know I write YA fiction, but they also know I have a deep love for contemp romance. Probably because of my buying history. (Okay yes, it’s my buying history okay.) So when the amazing Winter Renshaw put up her newest […]
I have good news and bad news. Okay so for me it’s good news and bad news. For everyone else it’s irrelevant. I tracked down my old RSS Feeds and was able to import my blogs up to May 2014. I still don’t have anything from May 2014 to May 2015 because go daddy hates […]
I love me some Rebekah Ganiere. She’s in my writers group, and is really just a mainstay of talent and support. We got to know each other at the RT Convention last year, so I of course had to go read all of her books. Well her newest release is out and YOU WANT TO […]
I am so excited! My new years resolution this year was to devote myself to writing again. I’ve missed it so very much. And one of the ways I maintained my creativity was participating in Wonhundred Word Wednesdays! If you haven’t been with me in this before, it’s a one hundred word short story based […]
Happy Monday! I know, total oxymoron, no Monday is ever good. Especially not MLK day if I’m stuck working and the rest of my family is home snoring. But let’s get real. Even if I were at home, I’d still be working. For those not in the know, I moved again. (YAY!). We got […]
Photo Credit: Regina Wamba
KR Wilburn has traveled the world with her family but currently calls Northern Texas home. She's a fan of Supernatural and Gone with the Wind, and will read practically anything you put in her hands.
She is the mother of six crazy, creative and hilarious children and married to her childhood best friend and hero Ben. When she isn't working or playing with her dogs Trouble, Denali, and Phaedra you're likely to find her in a corner with her nose buried in the latest Deadpool and Red Sonja comic books and counting down the moments until she can find inspiration capturing the perfect image through the lens of her camera.