Kama Falzoi Post is a part-time introvert, a pinnacle of contradictions, mother, step-mother, and author. She enjoys drinking red wine and listening to music that moves her. Her stories have appeared in Inkwell, SmokeLong Quarterly, and most recently in the anthology Outliers of Speculative Fiction.
Her debut novel, IN HUMAN (BookFish Books, originally scheduled for release in February, 2017, but recently moved up to December 13, 2016) is a Young Adult Sci-Fi Romance. Seventeen-year-old Mira wants no part of her mother’s shopping excursions. Those late-night trips to the morgue to pick out the perfect body feel a lot like rifling through the sales rack: this one’s too big, this one’s too small, this one’s just right. The whole thing makes Mira shudder. Yeah, she’s the key to saving all of humanity, but since her father disappeared, she’s pushed that untapped part of herself so deep down inside you’d need the jaws of life to free it.However, when her underground network receives word of a potential threat, Mira must infiltrate a remote boarding school in order to flush out the evil. It’s hard enough to blend in with a massive nest of Dorito-colored hair, but it’s even harder when you’re the sole protector of a tall, dark-haired Initiate too gorgeous not to be a distraction. Throw in a nefarious entity bent on evacuating human souls, and graduating high school should be the least of Mira’s worries.Fueled by stubborn determination and a maddening attraction to the wrong boy, Mira must find a way to unearth her buried talent and vanquish her biggest enemy. If only she can figure out who that is.
What two or three items she needs to have with her when she sits down to write: My laptop, of course. And a drink. Depending on the time of day, either coffee or wine.
What literary character she would most like to meet: Hands down Mr. Darcy.
Her favorite childhood book: There were so many! Where the Red Fern Grows comes to mind. That book devastated me every time. Phantom Tollbooth, The Hobbit, all the C.S. Lewis series. A Wrinkle in Time.
Her hobbies when she’s not writing/reading: I dabble in a lot of things. It was sewing for a while, running until an injury sidelined me, drawing, bird watching, chasing my five-year-old.
If she could travel anywhere in the world, where would she go: I like the idea of Tahiti. Blue sky, white sand, crystal clear ocean. That’s my go-to setting.
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