K.S. Brooks is an award-winning novelist and photographer, author of over 30 titles, and photojournalist and chief copy editor for a number of Washington State newspapers.
She is the creator of the Mr. Pish educational children's book series as well as the Agent Night suspense series. Other published works include romantic comedies, romantic suspense, satire, comic books, activity books, science fiction, non-fiction, and action-adventure thrillers. Brooks' feature articles, poetry, and photography have appeared in magazines, newspapers, books, and other publications worldwide. In November 2012, she founded Indie Authors for Hurricane Sandy Library Recovery which provides brand new books to libraries in need at no cost. Brooks is the executive director of the multi-author, multi-national website IndiesUnlimited.com. Indies Unlimited was named by Publishers Weekly as one of the Top Six Blogs for Authors. With well over 6000 articles, tutorials, and resource pages, Indies Unlimited has been a reliable source for independent authors since 2011.
Brooks has served on the advisory board for Indie Author Day, and is an Adjunct Instructor, teaching writing, publishing, and gluten-free living, for the Community Colleges of Spokane.
A long-time resident of eastern Washington State, Ms. Brooks enjoys the wilderness and small-town living. It was here, during the firestorm crisis in 2015, that she founded the Eastern Washington Firefighter Support Network to provide firefighters with needed supplies.
More about K. S. Brooks at http://www.ksbrooks.com
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