Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
As a child, KZ's greatest influences were her Artist Mother and Story-teller Father. So it was only natural that one day, KZ would write and illustrate books. This young award winning artist was raised on a ranch in Potomac, MD during the early years of her life. This is where KZ developed a love for animals. Horses, ponies, lambs, billy goats and dogs were her best friends. Sitting in the fields and sketching her animal pals was how KZ learned to draw. She also wrote stories to go along with her sketches. People took notice of this "Child Prodigy" and her vivid imagination. So KZ was sent to the Einstein School for the Gifted to perfect her talents. At the age of thirteen, KZ started college part-time. As the recipient of The National Portfolio Scholarship Award, KZ attended Temple University in Philadelphia and The Rome School Of Art in Italy. During her college years, KZ wrote and illustrated regular short stories for "The Lost Generation Journal". She graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design and Illustration and a Minor in Business. KZ continued with her creative writing as well. Next, KZ was off to NYC where she worked as a Designer for several major companies. Eventually, KZ had enough of the hustle and bustle of the Big City and headed West. KZ currently resides in Southern California where she is a self-employed artist, writer, inventor and actress. "The Absorber", KZ's first novel is now available at Amazon.com. KZ is currently working on her second sci-fi novel, as well as the "Coffee House Dogs" series. And lots more exciting projects are planned for the future!