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KD Williamson
KD Williamson
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Mental Health
  • Born: 18 December
  • Member Since: Jun 2019
  • Profile Views: 259
  • Followers: 2
  • Writing:

    Contemporary Romance LGBT
BIOGRAPHY

KD is a Southerner and a former nomad, taking up residence in the Mid-West, east coast, and New Orleans over the years. She was a Hurricane Katrina survivor displaced to the mountains of North Carolina but has since found her way back to Louisiana where she lives with her wife and the most horribly spoiled pets in history.

She enjoys all things geek from video games to super heroes. KD is a veteran in the mental health field where she works with children and their families. She discovered writing as a teenager with the help of her English teacher, whom she had a huge crush on. With her teacher’s help, KD wrote her first short story but afterward had a hard time finding inspiration. Years later, writing fanfic became her gateway into lesbian fiction.

  • KD Williamson

Book Views: 47

Blurred Lines (Cops and Docs Book 1)

Publish Date: Feb 17, 2016

Genre: Contemporary Romance, LGBT

avg rating4.4 - 153 reviews on Amazon

KD Williamson's Books

Blurred Lines (Cops and Docs Book 1)

Blurred Lines (Cops and Docs Book 1)

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Publication Date: Feb 17, 2016

Contemporary Romance, LGBT

4.4 (153 ratings)

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Crossing Lines (Cops and Docs Book 2)

Crossing Lines (Cops and Docs Book 2)

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Publication Date: May 04, 2016

Contemporary Romance, LGBT

4.5 (82 ratings)

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Between the Lines (Cops and Docs Book 3)

Between the Lines (Cops and Docs Book 3)

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Publication Date: Mar 29, 2017

Contemporary Romance, LGBT

4.5 (68 ratings)

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Drawing the Line (Cops and Docs Book 4)

Drawing the Line (Cops and Docs Book 4)

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Publication Date: Nov 21, 2018

Contemporary Romance, LGBT

4.2 (40 ratings)

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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • kdw72 1 month AuthorAuthor
      • All the time especially with dialogue. I have some off the wall friends and often use their hysterical views on things as well as their comments from our conversations. I do warn them that they are writer fodder.
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