Review Requests on my Review Blog!

Last month I opened Review Requests for 2019!

Click here!

Want to know more? Keep reading!
I am already booked for the rest of 2018
Have a novel, novella, novelette, or short story coming out in 2019? Make a review request!
Or want to get a new review on a novel, novella, novelette, or short story, you’ve had out a little while? Make a review request!
I will not read or review: horror, paranormal, or books that have ghosts, angels, magic or such. Graphic violence, sexuality, or swearing. If the book in no way honors God I will not read or review it!
The book must have Christian content, no subjects for an audience older than sixteen, (Would you want a younger sibling or your children to read it? If so please make a review request! If not please do not make a review request!)

I have one more place open in January!


SURPRISE! “A Place to Belong: A Short Story Collection” is Available!!


Annie Writes

After babysitting yesterday, I came home and opened a very special package…it held two nicely sized books, that had my name on the front cover (how odd!) 😉 I was MORE than excited to find my brand new short story collection, called A Place to Belong: A Short Story Collection in that box!  


I read the proof copy for HOURS, reviewing each little aspect of the book. Then, last night, I clicked “approve for publishing!!”


This morning, MUCH to my surprise, my book was available on Amazon already! Usually it takes 3-5 business days to appear on Amazon…I’m going to call that a big gift from God!! ❤


Details about the book:

-76 pages

-5×8 Book

-Six different short stories

-Notes & Activities in the back of the book (Bonus!!)


DSC_0023-2.jpg Thank you, Hannah @ for not posing for this cover! (I took this…

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Wendesday Writes: Writing Prompt.

Noel: Use the definition of noel in your story.

Christ’s Birth: Use the words Christ’s Birth in your story.

Joyful: Use words that rhyme with joyful in your story.

Natalie: Have a character named Natalie in your story.

Sixteen: Have a character age sixteen years in your story.

Hot Chocolate: Have hot chocolate in your story. (It can be any kind of hot chocolate you want.)

Bible: Have the Bible in your story.

Merry: Have a character say “Merry” in your story.

If you post or publish a story with my “Write Now” prompts please credit Kaylee’s Kind Of Writes 2.0.

Who wants to be part of my street team?

Sadly not everyone can join. 😦

What you need to do to be part of my street team:

A Facebook account.

A blog and/or Goodreads.

Wants to help me!

Grace for when I take forever to post.

That’s all I can think of now!


Why would I join you ask?


You will get to read freeish books-get books in exchange for honest review.

Entered in giveaways just for street team members.

Be part of blog tours.

Help me with sharing my books.


So, what do you think? Want to be part of my Street Team? If so click here!

I’ve been busy!

In the last two weeks I …


Gave Rooftop Sanctuary to alphas.

Alpha-read a friend’s book.

Did NaNoWriMo and finished with… 15691 words but stopped because I need to focus on other things.

Turned 17 and got amazing presents:

At Her Fingertips by Kellyn Roth (Paperback)

The Star Under The City by Maggie Joy (Paperback)

Thinking Like Your Editor by Susan Rabiner (Paperback)

Coffee Shop Devos by Tessa Emily Hall (eBook)

Go Teen Writers: Edit Your Novel by Stephanie Morrill and Jill Williamson (eBook)

Put More Cash in Your Pocket by Loral Langemeier (eBook)

A shirt my Mom designed!

A new laptop since my old one broke. 😦

A new kindle!

The BEST pens in the world!


Bought for Black Friday:

Even in the Grey by Laura Guenot

The Great Lab Escape by Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick

Dandelion Dust by Faith Potts



Blog Posts on Kaylee’s Kind Of Writes:

Where do I Start? An Overview of Indie Publishing Spotlight
Scripture Sunday: Ruth
I Will Be Undignified
Blog Tour, Double Book Review, Interview, a Sale, and a GIVEAWAY!!!
How to Write Using the Snowflake Method Spotlight
Scripture Sunday: Ruth Part 2
Reveal Cover: Seek by Angela R. Watts!
I want the impossible (If you check out any of my post please pick this one!)
Book Review: An Hour Unspent
Book review: The Best of Intentions
Write Well: A Grammar Guide Spotlight
My first to- be published short story needs your help!
Scripture Sunday: Ruth Part 3
Come As You Are
Book Review of Caught by Surprise
My Birthday, GIVEAWAY, an Interview and a Black Friday Sale!
Scripture Sunday: Ruth Part 4
Boldly I Approach
Christmas Duet Blog Tour: A Reviews, Six Snippets, Guest Review, and a GIVEAWAY!
Last day of the indie sale!!!
Book review: The 5-Minute Bible Study for Women by Emily Biggers
200th post and a Street Team!?!

Upcoming on K’sKOW

Faith Blum’s and Rebekah A. Morris’ with reviews on the 27th and author interviews on the 29th!

Angela R. Watts’ review and author interview on the 6th!
Faith Potts’ review and author interview on the 6th!

Well, I did it again… Two tours on the same day, but all the better for the authors, right?

Jaye L. Knight’s and Tricia Mingerink’s reviews on the 20th

And my own tour like thing, of 31 Book Christmas Reviews in 31 Days! Beginning on December 1st I will begin posting reviews for 31 days of Christmas Books!

Starting with…
Book Review 1 of 31: The Christmas Heirloom by Karen Witemeyer, Kristi Ann Hunter, Sarah Loudin Thomas, and Becky Wade!

Book Review 2 of 31: Unto Him by Rebekah A. Morris!

Book Review 3 of 31: Finding Christmas Joy by Amanda Tero author!

On the 4th I will hopefully share what my next 3 reviews are!

(Do you have a favorite Christmas book?)

On K’sKOW2.0

Little bit of writing.
I’m so happy to share this with you!

That is everything I’ve done or will do. Now for what I needed to do but, um … Sadly didn’t!

Review any of the 28 plus books I needed to review for NetGalley.

Beta-read any of the 4 books I needed to.

Work on 28 or so Christmas books for my 31 Book Christmas Reviews in 31 Days.

Catch up on posts on here.

Get gifts for Christmas.

Work on 5 reviews for blog tours.

Finish NaNoWriMo.

Even start the 3rd draft of RS.

Or plot any of my books.


How did you like this post? Sorry, it’s so long! Do you want more posts like this?

I’m going to be doing a post soon with my current WsIP anything you want to know about the ones I’ve already shared about? I might answer them! 😉

If I do another post like this would you want to know what I research, snacks while writing, or anything else?