Kellie began writing when she had an idea she couldn't lose. She attempted to lose it. Others told her to write it down. She, of course, ignored them. The story kept living inside of her head.
Her mother always said: "Kellie, you need to be a writer. You're so dramatic, it would be easy for you."
Mothers are the best at underhanded compliments.
But Kellie was not a writer. She was a regular girl. She was most definitely dramatic.
Mothers are also the best at being right.
So, Kellie decided to become an author.
The idea that wouldn't go away became her first YA novel.
Kellie lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her husband and their very spoiled Persian cats, Oscar and Romeo.