About the Author

New York Times Best Selling Author Kel Kade is a full-time writer and parent living in Texas with three crazy dogs and three lazy cats. Kel worked as an environmental consultant before entering a doctoral program with research in big data studies of volcanic rock geochemistry and marine research in the Izu-Bonin-Mariana and Central America volcanic arcs. Kel’s hobbies include creating universes spanning space and time, developing criminal empires, plotting the downfall of tyrannous rulers, and diving into fantastical mysteries.

Growing up, Kel lived a military lifestyle of traveling and living in new places. Experiences with distinctive cultures and geography instilled in Kel a sense of wanderlust and opened a young mind to the knowledge that the Earth is expansive and wild. A deep interest in science, ancient history, cultural anthropology, art, music, languages, and spirituality is evidenced by the diversity and richness of the places and cultures depicted in Kel’s writing.

236 Comments
  • Janet Burton
    Posted at 08:04h, 12 January Reply

    I discovered Mel’s Dark Tidings series through a VERY HAPPY ACCIDENT on Amazon Kindle Unlimited years ago, and every time another book in this saga presents itself I giddily devote how ever many hours and days it takes to devour it whole. I’ve even created a Spotify playlist dedicated to Rezkin. Alter Bridge’s Cry of Achilles is an excellent place to start. Lord have mercy, I can’t wait for book 6. Heaven help me, where’s HBO, NETFLIX, HULU… SOMEBODY CALL HENRY CAVILL CUZ GERALT’S A LIL’ BITCH COMPARED TO THE TRUE KING. I WANT A CELEBRITY DEATH MATCH between. Rezkin and Khal Drogo. DEATH IS NOT THE END!!!

    • Janet Burton
      Posted at 08:09h, 12 January Reply

      Ugh… My Kindle turned Kel into Mel… Perhaps fate is reaching out from the aether to suggest a “Connovan” or a director…. or both…?

  • Draft copy
    Posted at 07:51h, 18 December Reply

    I fun product that king killer chronologicals is coming out with is Rothfus’ personal version in print. It includes notes in the margins, underlines and circled text. Personal Reminders about the text and why they are important.

    Any plans to come out with something like this? Maybe a pre-edit version scanned into digital format, and just available on your website…it would just be a draft version at that point.

  • They know if you are sleeping, they know if you are awake
    Posted at 18:37h, 21 November Reply

    How many people would know if Rezkin were dead or alive, via a bond. 1 group of dead elves, a living elf, and 1 wolf? Maybe a tree nymph too.?

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