Author Archive: K. B. Schaller

K.B. Schaller's love for words developed in grade school after she wrote her first short story. Years later, she earned her master's degree, served as cultural coordinator and art instructor in a reservation academy, and taught the learning disabled in public school--all while eking out time as a novelist and independent journalist.

Now a fulltime writer, Schaller's first novel, Gray Rainbow Journey (OakTara), set in a Native enclave in the Florida Everglades, won a coveted National Best Books Award, sponsored by USA Book News, was a finalist in two other categories, and was a number 3 Amazon fiction bestseller. The novel also won a 2011 Florida Publishers Association President's Best Books Award for Young Adult Fiction.

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Reflections on Native American Novelist Leslie Marmon Silko

Reflections on Native American Novelist Leslie Marmon Silko

It is a “given” that for bibliophiles like me, there is nothing better than curling up with a good read in a quiet house with a cup of steaming coffee – I take mine with cream and sugar. And there are scores of genres and sub-genres from which to choose. Romance. Inspiration. Poetry. Biography. You […]

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