account_circle by Kellee Kranendonk
Kellee Kranendonk has spent a lifetime writing. According to her late grandfather she was born with a pen in one hand and paper in the other. Her first publication, in a local farming magazine, was a piece about the raven that tormented her goat. Since then, her stories, poems and articles for both children and adults have appeared in many magazines, in e-format and hard copy. Kellee is the Fiction editor for the online magazine, Youth Imagination. She lives in Atlantic Canada with her husband, two of three children, an ADHD dog, two cockatiels (one of whom lived as a male until “he” laid an egg at six years old), and several chickens.