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K. Aten
K. Aten
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author & Technical Analyst
  • Born: 22 September
  • Member Since: Mar 2018
  • Profile Views: 1,965
  • Writing:

    Action & Adventure Romance LGBT Science Fiction
BIOGRAPHY

K. Aten writes stories about extra-ordinary women who are each flawed and beautiful in their own way.

Her writing style is as varied as her reading taste and it shows as she tackles each new genre with glee. But beneath it all, no matter the subject or setting, Kelly carries a core belief that good should triumph. She's not afraid of pain or adversity, but loves a happy ending.

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Waking the Dreamer

Publish Date: Jun 29, 2018

Genre: Action & Adventure, Romance, LGBT, Science Fiction

avg rating 4.511 reviews on Amazon

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K. Aten's Books

Waking the Dreamer

Waking the Dreamer

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Publication Date: Jun 29, 2018

Action & Adventure, Romance, LGBT, Science Fiction

4.5 (11 ratings)

The Sagittarius: Book 3 in the Arrow of Artemis Series

The Sagittarius: Book 3 in the Arrow of Artemis Series

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Publication Date: Aug 28, 2018

Action & Adventure, Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, LGBT

5 (15 ratings)

The Fletcher (The Arrow of Artemis Book 1)

The Fletcher (The Arrow of Artemis Book 1)

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Publication Date: Dec 26, 2017

Action & Adventure, Historical Romance, LGBT

4.3 (40 ratings)

The Archer: Book Two in the Arrow of Artemis Series

The Archer: Book Two in the Arrow of Artemis Series

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Publication Date: Apr 02, 2018

Action & Adventure, Historical Romance, LGBT

4.8 (22 ratings)

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    • What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
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      • katen 1 month Post AdminAuthor
      • There are a lot of elements that go into making a great tale. And I could talk about a lot of popular ones, such as tropes or themes, innovative plots, and the like. But that's all subjective with the content, and not everyone would agree that my personal view of the elements included within a novel are things that make it good. And therefore I can't say a book is necessarily good because of a popular element or trope. For me, the books that I love the most will contain one of three key triggers. Think, Feel, and Discuss. As both a reader AND a writer, I'm all about books that cause a strong reaction. My author motto is this: "Some books end the silence, others begin it". #Think, #Feel, #Discuss. My favorite books will elicit a strong response from me in one or more of those three categories.
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