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About Karen Pellett
Karen Pellett is a crazy woman with a computer, and she's not afraid to use it. She was born in Utah, but over the years migrated to California, Arizona, Massachusetts, Maine, and the greater Seattle area. In the end, she returned to Utah (though her heart still resides in Seattle).
Karen has worked as a photographer, a business analyst, and a freelance writer for newspapers and magazines. But most of her time is spent between raising three overly brilliant (and stinkin' cute) children, playing video games with her stepsons, and the rare peaceful moment with her husband. When opportunity provides she escapes to the alternate dimension to write fantasy, magical realism, as well as stories and essays on raising children on the Autism Spectrum. Karen lives, plots, writes, and hides in the suburbs of Northern Utah.
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