TK Read works by day as an attorney and mediator at The Read Law Firm, P.C.  She is a proud member of Southern Breeze region of The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators where she serves as Critique Group Coordinator and as Local Liaison for SE Atlanta. As a mother of three, TK uses her young adults as background research for her books. In the wee hours of the morning before the rush of the day, she downs coffee and chocolate and writes romances, young adult thrillers, and middle grade fantasies.  When she’s not writing, she’s reading all the fiction she can load onto her Kindle, running slowly for miles and miles, and messing around with acrylics and oils.

In TK’s award winning book, Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom (the first of two in the Guardian Chronicles Series), she focuses on the constant struggle between conservationists who strive to preserve the forest versus those who clear-cut it in the name of “progress” through the lens of a teenage boy. Ranger inherits the title of “Forest Keeper,” a magic ax, and the family feud with that infamous clear-cutter, Gilgamesh, of Epic fame. You can read more about the books and there many awards and accolades here:
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Here’s a list of their awards and accolades:

Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom:
Winner, International Book Awards, 
Gold Medal, Global Book Awards, 
& Finalist in the IAN, Wishing Shelf, 
Readers’ Favorite & Indie Excellence Awards,
Long Listed by the Green Earth Book Awards
Ranger Nader & The Unsolvable Riddle:
FIVE Five Star Reviews From Readers’ Favorites

TK also belongs to Romance Writers of America and Georgia Romance Writers. She is presently working on the third book in her Ranger Nader/Guardian Chronicles series, a YA romantic suspense novel, and an adult romance series.

Her next book-signing appearance will be at The City of Conyers Christmas Party, December 1st, 2023, and The Conyers Book Festival on April 20th, 2024. You can read more about the festival here:

She blogs about her comings, goings, and literary trials and tribulations here:

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