Bibiana Krall is an American author who holds an M.A. in Fiction and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, both from Wilkes University CW.
She feels fortunate to live with her family in the gorgeous and atmospheric Deep South and is a hard-working suspense, mystery and gothic writer, (twenty titles and counting on Amazon.)
As a five year old child, she envisioned a map of her life as she sky-watched and dreamed of the cosmos. Little did she know that things don't always go as planned. Yet in real life... there is no dress rehearsal. Words, dreams and ideas running through her head became so loud one day that, she picked up a pen and paper and hasn't looked back since.
Equality for all people is important to talk about and continue to strive for. She is a free-thinker, a protector and advocate of connecting to the natural world and a lifetime supporter of The Arts.
Recently she finished a fantastic writing fellowship with Deep Center in Savannah, Georgia, as a mentor and educator in The Young Author Project. A non-profit 501-part C organization that seeks social justice and gives a platform and space for diverse teens to tell their stories from all over Chatham County.
Bibiana is proud of her students for their hard work and cannot wait to see where creativity takes them next.
When she's not writing, editing, teaching or reading books Bibiana enjoys
exploring undeveloped beaches,
travel and nature photography, mountain biking, traveling internationally and meeting the locals.
She collects native art, sandals, unusual jewelry, exotic spices and anything else that will fit easily in her carry on bag.
Engaging with other hard-working writers is important. She uses her writing blog Indite to sound off about the challenges modern writers face, offering friendship, support and a chance to connect with fellow creatives.
Thank you so much for joining her here! If you are struggling with your writing, or creative life you are not alone. Reach out, talk about it and see where a connection with another creative can take you.
Stay your path and remember to embrace, wonderful, unique you.