Author has written 6 stories for Host, and Twilight.
Hello! My name is Kayla and I am first and foremost a wife and very busy mother of many children. I have birth, adoptive, and foster kids. If you review or contact me and I don't reply right away, it is probably because I am having to fix an appliance, boo-boo, pet, or heart that has somehow been broken.
I love good, clean stories and tried to write one for my daughters. It turned out better than I had hoped and was tremendously fun to do. Because I write for fun and for my children, my work will be clean and hopefully enjoyable to read. I am way too old to be doing this, but I just couldn't resist the joy of creating stories and sharing them with others.
I want to say a very sincere "Thank You!" to everyone who has taken the time to read my stories, and an even more sincere, "You are awesome!" to everyone who has taken the time to review them.
If you have a question or comment, please feel free to contact me. I love hearing from you!
Singularity has been translated into Portuguese by the wonderful folks at FoForks. The link to the Portuguese version of Singularity is here. Coalescence will also be translated there as soon as it is almost finished.
For my Portuguese readers:
Eu gostaria de dar as boas-vindas aos meus
Thank you, HopeReborn for translating!
Singularity and Coalescence were both nominated in the Indie Twific Awards, and Singularity even made it into the top five. Thank you so much for voting for them!! You guys rock, and I truly appreciate all the support you give to my stories.
Singularity and Coalescence were both been nominated in the Pre-Twilight section of the Shimmer Awards. Even though they did not win, I am honored by their nomination and I want to thank those of you who think so highly of these stories.
I am placing the following statement on my profile page because of some issues that have arisen with other authors and myself. It is not meant as a put down in any way. However, in light of some recent events I simply want to remind everyone of something:
We all copy the ideas generated from the genius of other authors, and so, in a way, all plagiarize their work. However, we authors give credit to the sources of our works, and most of us give credit to all who have helped create our stories. If someone takes an idea or copies text without asking permission or at least crediting to source, it is akin to stealing. Not only does it create hardship for the author, but it reflects badly upon the whole fanfiction community. So, no matter what you write, if you got the idea from somewhere else, please credit the source.
The stories published under this account are the sole property of either Stephenie Meyer or Openhome. If you are not Stephenie Meyer, please know that the stories may not be copied, published or posted elsewhere without my express written consent. Thanks.