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K Kibbee

K (Kristine) Kibbee is a Pacific Northwestern writer with rain on her Duck boots and stars in her eyes. A storyteller from the womb, Kristine’s inescapable passion for creative writing led her to the doors of Washington State University, where she studied in the Professional Writing program. Kristine, followed her scholarly pursuit of the written word by publishing works in The Vancougar, The Salal Review Literary Review, Just Frenchies magazine, andS/Tick Literary Review. She is presently a regular columnist for Terrier Group magazine.

Kristine’s novella, The Mischievous Misadventures of Dewey the Daring, was her first and only self-published release, and is still currently available online. Since then, she’s had several mainstream books published, including the YA Forests of the Fae trilogy, three chapter books in the Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore series, and the re-tooled and released, Whole in the Clouds.

Kristine regularly engages on a variety of social media platforms and can be followed:                                                    On Twitter @K_Kibbee                                                                                                                                                                    On Facebook @

Devlin’s Door
Forests of the Fae, Book One

Forests of the Fae: Devlin’s Door (first book of the trilogy), depicts the perilous journey of a young girl who stumbles upon a ghost town filled with dilapidated Victorian homes hidden deep within a forest in rural Washington State. As she unearths the tragic secret behind the mass disappearance of the town’s inhabitants nearly a century ago, our young heroine finds herself becoming a part of the town’s tapestry. Hushed references to Faerie folk and Changeling sacrifices stir the air as she reads aloud from an enchanted journal penned by one of the town’s youngest residents; and the homes, like resurrected corpses, begin to creak and moan with signs of life. But in the near distance, under a monstrous mound erupting like a boil from the earth, something else has awakened along with them.



The Raven Queen
Forests of the Fae, Book Two

A summer spent untangling a century-old mass disappearance, communing with ghosts, fleeing dark Fae Folk, and enduring her nefarious cousin Lexie would seem like tribulation enough for 13-year-old Anne, and yet her struggles have only just begun.


Lang’s Labyrinth
Forests of the Fae, Book Three

Since unravelling the century-old secret behind an eerie ghost town in rural Washington State, life has been anything but ordinary for 13-year-old Anne. Now, she and her companion Grace, find themselves tangled between two worlds—that of the Fae creatures, whose bloodlust for human hosts has led them to empty entire cities of their children, and the familiar world they've always known. But these two worlds have begun to bleed together, and Anne finds her family, her friends, and her very life in peril.


Tale of the Spectacular Spectacles
Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore, Book One

Living life as a bumbling breadbox with fur was hardship enough for Theodore the Corgi, but when the young dog finds himself cold and alone in a frightening animal shelter, it would seem he's fated for folly.


The Adventures of Robin Hound
Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore, Book Two

When first we met young Theodore, in the pages of “Tale of the Spectacular Spectacles”, the clumsy little Corgi seemed altogether hopeless. Abandoned by his once-loving family and wallowing in a frightening animal shelter, Theo feared that all was lost.


All The Good Little Girls Keep Quiet

In the summer of ’79, hell bubbled right up through the loamy Louisiana bayou just outside of Lafayette Parish and set Olive Abernathy’s world on fire. Maybe it was the little devil sittin’ side-saddle on her shoulder that turned Olive into a murderin’, hitchhikin’, train-hoppin’ vagabond at the tender age of thirteen. Or maybe…just maybe…there were a few secrets itchin’ to claw their way out of that bayou along with her.