AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR KB Schaller began her writing career in grade school when she wrote and illustrated stories and sold her one-page "best sellers" to classmates for ten cents apiece!
Years later, Schaller's debut novel Gray Rainbow Journey won a National Best Books Award for multicultural fiction and a Florida Authors and Publishers Association President's Best Books Award for YA fiction.
Her nonfiction title, 100+ Native American Women Who Changed the World--a biographical collection that spotlights over 100 outstanding women of Indigenous heritage--was winner of an International Book Award for Women's Issues.
Gray Rainbow Journey and the sequel Journey by the Sackcloth Moon focus on angst-ridden Native American beauty, Dina Youngblood who is torn between cultural traditions and mainstream worlds and faiths.
Schaller's latest work, DreamTrek: Journey Through the Night's Door brings the preceding storylines to a conclusion that pulses with mystery and intrigue.
Kirkus Reviews lauds DreamTrek's "well-developed central characters" and further extols Schaller's "clear, engaging prose" and "strong mix of action and character development."
Schaller (Cherokee/Seminole heritage) has taught in a Reservation Christian academy and in public school systems. She is an artist, poet, and a columnist and illustrator for Indian Life newspaper. KB Schaller is also a member of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and other writers organizations.
For more information, visit: http://KBSchaller.com.