Kim Richards lives and writes full time in Northern California. She has several novels published, short stories, and chapters in books on writing. As a former small press publisher, she enjoys the process of making books: brainstorming, writing, editing, formatting, publishing, and promotion.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I was born and raised in Roswell, New Mexico. Yes...THAT Roswell. I was actually born on base when Walker AFB was still around. As a kid, there wasn't much to do so I read a lot. Reading led to writing.
What do you like to read?
Although I write mainly fantasy and horror, I read widely. There are so many great stories out there. I also like to read non-fiction when it's connected to something I'm researching prior to writing, something going on in my life, or something I'm interested in learning.
In 300 B.C.—the Greco-Roman Age—tribes of warrior women thrived near the Black Sea. The Greeks called them Amazoi (meaning Mankiller). Inspired by their story, Fighting for Home sings the tale of one tribe as they battle to save their way of life. Healing magic is real! Ilenea and Saphira, the wolf sisters, battle close to home with others of their generation. A