K. J. Ward

Biography

Hello, my name is Karen. I'm happy you took a moment out of your day to visit my profile. First I guess I should tell you a little about myself. I've been happily married for 26 years, almost 27 by the time this will post and I have three wonderful children. I have enjoyed writing short stories since I was in eighth grade. Although I never considered publishing any of my stories my family and friends, whom have read my works, love them. It's with their support I've decided to share this side of me with people I don't know on a personal level. To be totally honest I'm a private person and an introvert. However, I'll always work hard to put my thoughts down for others to see, even if they aren't popular or I don't get good reviews.

On another note, when I'm not writing I like gaming. I'm a casual gamer from way back, which also influences my stories. Just to be clear on that point I play MMORPG's. I would mention some but I don't want to get called out on mentioning a copy-righted name. If you're interested in finding out more information you can always ask me by sending me an email.

When I'm tired of writing or gaming, I partake in other hobbies like crocheting, quilting, sewing, needlepoint and crafting.

Series

Books

El`Domin Book 1
Series: Tales of Draymera. Price: Free! Words: 83,530. Language: English. Published: July 23, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
It's hard being the ward of an over protective guardian. You're not allowed to experience anything. Teonna only wanted to have an adventure outside of the castle walls. She wanted to meet people different from the servants and see new things. Most of all, she wanted to meet boys. She realized she wasn't that attractive but being the princess does have it's quirks.

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Smashwords book reviews by K. J. Ward

  • The Orc on July 09, 2014
    (no rating)
    I liked this short story. It is very insightful and enjoyable.
  • Stealing Salt on Aug. 08, 2014
    (no rating)
    Wonderful story. I enjoyed reading it.
  • The Man in the Axe on Aug. 20, 2014

    Interesting analogy consisting of life and death, youth and aging, and brooding regrets. At least that's the way I see it. Thank you for your story. I enjoyed it very much.