K.R. Smith


The adventures of the deliriously happy but slightly insane…but even insanity appreciates company.

K.R. Smith aka onaya3 is a self-confessed writerholic, but rather than seeking help for her addictions, instead she indulges her obsessive compulsive disorder. The remotes must sit in order on the coffee table, as must her DVD collection which includes Star Trek, X-Files, Supernatural as well as British comedy.

However her passions which come out as popular subjects in her sci-fi, supernatural, romance series are traveling (the world and through time), hauntings, werewolves, vampires, voodoo, ESP and always looking on the bright side of life (and death).

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Small Fry Part One
Series: The Circulate Series, Book 4. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 161,130. Language: English. Published: June 1, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
B has finally achieved her hearts desire in the form of her pregnancy. Since Declan swore he wouldn’t create any more European Werewolves like himself; at first her condition hits him with horror. However, he’s not the only one who’s concerned over what genetic traits will emerge in their child, but the pack of Lokoti Werewolves are also on guard.
Series: The Circulate Series, Book 3. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 294,600. Language: Australian English. Published: July 24, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
Claws come out in a Werewolf marriage; B Sabre is called the Last Circulator and the first female Lokoti Werewolf, whereas Declan Sabre is the last European Werewolf. These two love to fight just as much as they love to make love. In between, the two also like to travel the world, which results in meeting other supernatural beings.
SSIT Reports on the Different Breeds of Werewolf, Separate Species of Vampire and Human/Animal Shape Shifters By Elisha Worthall and Dr. Xavier Bell
Series: The Circulate Series, Book 5. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 19,610. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2011. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Hard sci-fi
What similarities does an Asian Werewolf share with a European Vampire? Or a North American Werewolf to a Human/Animal Shape Shifter? Why are European Werewolves the most dangerous breed of Werewolf in the world? Read about the physical appearances, history and methods of reproduction of the subjects in the reports. Discover who are man-eaters and who are not, or who is friend and who is foe.
Series: The Circulate Series, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 27,570. Language: English. Published: April 11, 2011. Category: Fiction » Romance » Adult
Jessica Tandy is coming back from a camping trip in Alaska, when she meets the tall, dark and handsome Flint Riverclaw. They chat in a bar during a rest stop, which eventuates into a one-night-stand, and ultimately changes the rest of her life. Why do Flint’s brown eyes occasionally glow turquoise, or he growls so much? Imaginations run wild, in this supernatural, romance novella.
Series: The Circulate Series, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 323,400. Language: English. Published: November 25, 2010. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
‘Scent’ is a delicious tail of a fiery relationship when at first the Last Circulator can't stand the tribe's sarcastic and most dangerous Werewolf, however their feelings change to a forbidden love. Then bake in Alaska as a sanctuary after World War Three, garnish with differing species of Vampires, other breeds of Werewolves and marauding humans. Serves one.
Series: The Circulate Series, Book 6. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 156,790. Language: English. Published: November 22, 2010. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
At first troubled teen Elisha Baker wonders why she sees what she thinks are ghosts; but what if the ghost-like people aren't dead? Thus begins extraordinary adventures through time and the supernatural world.

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  • Where's the Money? on April 03, 2011

    I thought this was extremely informative, with nice, personal touches in thoughtful remarks by the author; such as, 'patience'! I'm following this advice, as well as shared this book on Facebook as well as emailed to other aspiring self-publishees. Thanks Ruth Ann for sharing your experience with honesty and hope.
  • They Stole Your Book! Now What? on May 01, 2012
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    Very informative and thank you for offering the free advice. I've found my paying ebooks on pirate sites, but not on Amazon. Fingers crossed it won't happen, but thanks to you, I know what to do if it does. In Australia, when I purchase an ISBN for my paperbacks, I can also register them in Catalogue-in-Print with the National Library of Australia. It's a requirement I send in a paperback, but then it's protected under the Australian Copyright Act 1968. This means it's a criminal offence if my work is stolen and I notify the police. I emailed the NSW Police about the pirate sites offering my paying ebooks for free (which the paperbacks are registered) and was told to go to my closest police station to make a formal report.