Karen Pearson


You could say Karen Pearson lives at the bottom of the world except there’s no ‘up’ or ‘down’ in space. It was really just Europe’s idea to put itself at the top. Still it suits her very well ‘down’ in New Zealand with lots of ocean around and not too many people. She lives with her husband and two teenagers and a grey dog. She writes for a living, which is lucky because it's her favourite thing to do after sleeping and eating.

Karen Pearson has worked as an advertising copywriter and a features writer for glossy magazines. She has a Master of Arts in Creative Writing.


The Hole of the Story
By Karen Pearson
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 86,850. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2013. Category: Fiction
Hope Fullerton-Smith's problems are adding up. A psycho on the loose in her neighbourhood. A delinquent foster brother out to get her. A mute Russian girl sharing her bedroom... Hope's new roommate, Vera, needs help to dodge deportation. But it's not a good time to be sneaking around town and Vera's quest leads them toward a vicious trap. A thrilling tale that will grip you to the last page.
The Black Phantom
By Karen Pearson
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 67,880. Language: English. Published: January 31, 2013. Category: Fiction
When Vika finds a rare black phantom crystal she's not the only one drawn to it. The school bullies kidnap her brother and demand the stone as ransom. Vika is lured into a mine to make the exchange and stumbles on a sinister industry beneath the ground. There seems no way out of the chamber of horrors without losing what's precious to her. And her own life is the very least of what's at stake.

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