L.K. Watts writes an eclectic range of books. Her first two stem from her worldly adventures in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Often described as hilarious these books are fresh and funky and reflect L.K.'s personality perfectly. She's travelled the Trans Siberian Express in Russia and Mongolia and has done a ten week stint of conservation volunteering in Ireland.
When she isn't out making the most of life and living it to the max, she writes women's fiction. Her debut chick lit novel is her third book to be released.
But do not be fooled. L.K. is currently writing something that will make the most unshockable person gasp.
At the moment L.K. lives in the U.K with her partner and two adorable dogs.
She can be found most days swimming in her local pool and having coffee with her friends.
How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
Smashwords is a brilliant platform as it increases author visibility. For writers who reside outside the U.S. Smashwords has another fantastic feature of distribution channels. If your book reaches the premium catalogue standard it will be shipped to other major stores like Apple and Barnes and Noble. And for a U.K. writer like myself, if it wasn't for Smashwords I would be unable to feature my books in B&N stores.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Being able to create another reality and world where anything can happen.
Join Laura on her thrilling adventure throughout Canada. Having spent twelve months in Australia, Laura thinks she has the travelling lifestyle all figured out. But her newfound confidence turns out to be her own worst enemy, and she has even more mishaps and comedic adventures than ever before.
Laura is about to embark on a once in a lifetime opportunity. Granted a twelve month working holiday visa to travel Australia, Laura wants to make the most of every experience that comes her way. Based on a real life account these stories highlight what can happen on a remarkable year away. (Book length: 57,380 words)
I was intrigued by the description - that's what initially drew me to this book.
Overall I thought it was well written with good character interaction. I also liked the fact that I could relate to certain places in the book, as I have also been to Coober Pedy.