Carrie Kabak, a former children's book illustrator, was born and raised in Britain, and now lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her husband and five sons.
JEFF KASSOUF has been covering soccer - with an emphasis on advancing the women's game - since 2008. In 2009, he launched The Equalizer, still the leading website dedicated exclusively to comprehensive women's soccer coverage in North America. In four years at NBC Sports, he covered two Olympics - overseeing record-breaking livestreaming and Sports Emmy-winning digital storytelling - and spearheaded digital coverage of the Premier League in the company's first three seasons with the rights. He became the first US editor of FourFourTwo in 2016, managing the launch of the iconic brand in the US market. He played soccer competitively from early childhood through college.
Ranjan Kaul works in the publishing business. An MA in English Literature from the University of Delhi, he earlier completed his B-Tech from IIT Kanpur. This is his first novel.
Rachel Keener is the author of The Killing Tree. She lives in the Winston-Salem area of North Carolina with her husband and two sons
Jesse Kellerman was born in Los Angeles in 1978. He is the bestselling author of The Brutal Art and three other novels: The Executor, Trouble and Sunstroke. He graduated from Harvard and has won many awards for his writing. He lives in California.
Caitlin Kiernan is an award-winning journalist and beauty expert. A former fashion columnist, "Fashion Plate Cait," at The Times Herald-Record (a Dow Jones newspaper), beauty director at Life & Style Weekly, she is now the Beauty Producer of Style Code Live. She has appeared on both US national and local television programmes including E! News, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, Fox News, The Sundance Channel, the Wendy Williams Show and Bravo's Real Housewives Of New York. Her freelance work appears in The Wall Street Journal, Women's Health, New York Times, and Refinery29 among others.
Nanci Kincaid is the author of five previous books inc. Pretending the Bed Is a Raft (made into the feature film My Life Without Me). She divides her time between San Jose and Honolulu.
Stephen King, the world's bestselling novelist, lives with his wife, the novelist Tabitha King, in Bangor, Maine.
New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury is America's No. 1 inspirational novelist. She's written more than thirty novels, ten of which have hit No. 1 on bestseller lists. She lives with her husband, Don, and their six children, three of whom are adopted from Haiti.
Diana Kirschner, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who has more than 25 years of professional and practical experience doing therapy and workshops for singles and writing relationship articles for women. Dr. Diana appears regularly on the Today show, has been a guest on Oprah and many other national television and radio programs
Dorothy has two degrees, is a journalist and has written for numerous women's magazines and newspapers, including the Guardian, New Woman and Cosmo. Her first novel for Sphere, My Best Friend's Girl, was picked as a Richard & Judy Summer Read.
Charla Krupp has appeared for ten years on the Today show and on more than thirty national TV shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show and Tyra. She is a contributing editor to People: Style Watch, and was formerly beauty director at Glamour, senior editor at InStyle, and contributing editor at More