Karen’s background

Hi, my name is Karen Douglass. Thanks for visiting. I moved to Colorado after many years in Maine, and many before that all over the country. My big deals are writing, family, horses, dogs, genealogy, reading, (the order is random and changes day to day) and whatever catches my attention at the moment. And at the moment I am thrilled that my debut novel, Accidental Child, is now in print and in an ebook version. If you go to the “Bookshelf” page here, you’ll see all my books and where to buy them. Reviews are most welcome.

I am very much involved with several writing groups and co-host a monthly poetry reading, Cannon Mine Poetry in Lafayette on the second Tuesday of each month. We usually have a feature reader and an open mike segment. I also conduct writing workshops, and produce books by other poets for publication through Amazon’s Create Space.

I have been writing all my life, mostly poetry, some fiction and creative non-fiction, as well. I taught writing at Georgia Southern and LSU-Shreveport. I am currently a member of Boulder Writers’ Workshop, Lighthouse Writers Workshop and Colorado Independent Publishers Association. You can check my publication list on a separate page here. I love comments and interaction on the blog, and by email: kvdbooks@facebook.com.

Links & Memberships:

Amazon Author Central: amazon.com/author/karendouglass, Twitter @KVDbooks, Face Book: KVDbooks, Linked In: Karen Douglass

Boulder Writers’ Workshop, Colorado Independent Publishers Association, Lighthouse Writers’ Workshop

 

2 comments on “Karen’s background

  1. tracey dorry says:

    hi karen, i can’t find the fb page that you created for us. how do i get to it??

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