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K.D. García

K.D. García grew up in New Mexico. When she moved to the Chicagoland area, she thought the winters would do her in. Now, she won't put on a coat until the temperatures sink below freezing.

A veterinarian and an author, K.D. is passionate about animals and story-telling. As far as story is concerned, she particularly loves stories that include ghosts, vampires, and anything that goes bump in the night.  

When not pounding out stories, she spends her time with her usually wonderful children, mostly well-behaved dogs, and her absolutely devious cats. She’s grateful for a very tolerant husband.

Her favorite books range from romances to thrillers, mysteries to fantasies, books written for teens, for adults, and those about children. The type of book doesn’t matter as long as there’s a good story and great characters with lots of heart.



K.D. Garcia is represented by Analieze Cervantes at the Rees Literary Agency. For all business inquires, please contact Analieze at Analieze@reesagency. For all others, please use button below.

The Haunting of the Grand Giselle

Too scared to deal with ghosts, 12-year-old Maeve is desperate to give up her psychic abilities and become a normal, almost-teenage girl, but when her private investigator Mom gets in hot water working a haunted hotel case, Maeve’s connection to the afterlife forces her to choose between letting Mom risk her life alone or confronting the ghost who is terrorizing visitors in the Grand Giselle.

Hotel Exterior

Macy Contreras and the Seventh Life of Gertie the Cat

The murder of an endangered wolf reignites a feud between Macy’s cattle-ranching grandpa and her wild-life loving dad. Macy’s certain Grandpa’s innocent. He doesn’t like wolves, but he wouldn’t risk harming their relationship. When Grandpa’s arrested, Macy must prove he’s innocent, but at 12-years old, she'll need some help. Thankfully, Gertie appears. Together, they prove that anything is possible if you bring the right cat.

Image by Chris Murray
  • “In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.” – Terry Pratchett

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