By KLH Kellogg
Young Adult Novel
When Liz Bennet and her friend, Charlie, fall down the rabbit hole, they’re met with more than the whimsical world of Wonderland.
As they journey to locate special keys and theright looking-glass to open a portal back to their world, every square on the chessboard suddenly reflects Regency England.
Bear witness as beloved characters make their first impressions underground.
*Prologue Coming Soon!
KLH Kellogg was born and raised in southern New Hampshire, along with her older sister and younger brother.
She graduated from Keene State College, Class of 2011, with a BA in Theatre Design/Technology and a Minor in Creative Writing. It was in her writing workshops where she first conceived Pride & Prejudice in Wonderland.
In the fall of 2011, she moved to New York City to work as a wardrobe/costume designer assistant. After eight months she was wardrobe supervisor for Off-Broadway’s “7th Monarch”. Unfortunately, complications in health returned KLH Kellogg to New Hampshire.
In November 2013, she spent the month in Clarion, PA working on the set of “Be Afraid” (viewable on Netflix), as Wardrobe Assistant – which earned her a page on IMDb. A year later, she landed a job at The Disney Store in her hometown and eventually transferred to a position in Jacksonville, Florida. After two years, KLH Kellogg transferred to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida – where she worked for 7 months before leaving the company entirely.
Within her first year of living in Florida, she met her (now) husband. They married in October 2019 and reside in Jacksonville, still. Much to her chagrin. She spends her days working for her mother, the founder of Artful Webinars (www.artfulwebinars.com), as well as sewing, painting, and -of course- writing!
Tom is in love with his best friend, Hayley. Hayley is in a verbally abusive relationship…until one stormy night, when things take a turn.
Dougie just signed a contract with a pop band. Zooey just learned she may be moving back to America. Can they express how these changes are making them feel…before it’s too late?
This is a collection of micro-fiction, also known as flash fiction, written circa 2010. The genres of these pieces vary, although many would categorize as “thriller”.
The Poetry Collection
A poet, she is not! That didn’t stop KLH Kellogg from having to write poetry to earn her Minor in Creative Writing. Now, she wants to share them with you! We hope you enjoy.
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