About

Kelly McClymer started out writing plays for her sister to perform for their parents. She branched out to writing for her high school newspaper, and then began a futile attempt to write science fiction. At last, with her historical romance novels, she achieved the goal of published author. And then, in a leap of faith, she left romance for the Young Adult world of fantasy and witchcraft. She may be secretly working her way back to science fiction, but mum’s the word on that one.

6 comments on “About
  1. Melissa says:

    Any chance you will add to the Once Upon a Wedding series? Bridgett and Betsy need their stories told. =)

    Here’s hoping!
    -Melissa

  2. Ruth Millward says:

    I loved your “Once Upon a Wedding” series. I just finished the last book. Is there a chance you will write Bridget and Jamies story?
    You left me hanging!

  3. I do think Bridget and Betsy need their stories told. But I don’t know when I’ll have time to tell them!

  4. susan says:

    Hi!
    any chance of any more prudence books? they’re my favorite!thanks!!

  5. Hi Susan,

    I’m working on a Halloween short for Pru. It should be out in early September. Thank you for asking (Pru is my favorite ever character…but don’t tell any of the others).

  6. Phyllis Frederick says:

    Kelly, I would like to help you out with a title of the book for Caleb; however, I need to know what your viewpoint will be. You said you’ve taken photos and intend to use them in the book, but you didn’t say what kind of photos. Don’t fret! When you get a handle on the “plot”, you’ll have the title. Have fun with the child and spoil him rotten…after all, the parents have to deal with the aftermath of his visits with YOU. Thanks for interviewing Leah…nicely done. Leah’s MOM. Phyllis Frederick

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