Featured Author: KJ Hawkins

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Solstice TourEnjoy this month-long tour featuring authors of all fantasy genres.  Maybe among them you will find a new favorite! (Note that I have not read all of these works, and their appearance here is not necessarily a personal endorsement.)

KJ Hawkins is today’s featured author from the Magic of Solstice Fantasy Writers’ Tour.  She is also our fabulous DKC host for this awesome tour!

Help us get to know you better!  What do you write, and how do you describe yourself as an author?

My pen name is KJ Hawkins and I write fantasy of all sub genres. I have a big passion for mythical creatures, and Greek/Roman gods. The research process has always been fun for me. Another big topic for me are dragons and dragon riders. One of the series I have in the works centers around these two.

Describing myself as an author is hard. I am pretty new and still finding my place among…

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Magic of Solstice – Nichole Giles

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Welcome back today I’m visiting fellow Rocking Horse author, Rebecca Jaycox. Please come by and say “Hi”.

Today on Paws 4 Thought we welcome Nichole Giles.

Nichole Giles had early career plans that included becoming an actress or a rockstar, but decided instead to have a family and then become a writer.

She was born in Nevada, the oldest of seven—a number which increased to eleven with the addition of four step brothers—and has lived in Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and South Texas.

Her future aspirations include owning a home on a tropical island, even if it’s just a vacation home. For now, she plans to travel to as many tropical locations as possible, scouting for her future paradise.

Currently, she lives with her husband, one of her two sons (the other is in college), two daughters, two golden retrievers, and one lucky bunny rabbit.

Writing is her passion, but…

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