Author KB Schaller
Award-Winning Author KB Schaller began her writing career in grade school when she wrote and illustrated stories and sold her one-page “best sellers” to classmates for ten cents apiece!
KB Schaller’s love for words continued and years later, she earned her master’s degree and served as cultural coordinator and art instructor in a Christian academy on the Florida Seminole Indian reservation where she also organized, directed, and was the playwright for the Resurrection Ensemble Theatre for Native American youths. As an art instructor, her students were overwhelming winners in art competitions.
Schaller has also taught the learning disabled in public schools—all while eking out time as a novelist and independent journalist. Her articles and illustrations appear in Indian Life newspaper.
Schaller (Cherokee/Seminole heritage) has been profiled in Native Peoples magazine and the SunSentinel, a major South Florida newspaper. She has signed copies of her books at Santa Fe’s Institute of American Indian Arts and other venues. Schaller has been a featured speaker at conferences and a guest on nationwide radio talk shows.
Her nonfiction title,100+ Native American Women Who Changed the World, a biographical collection that spotlights outstanding women of Indigenous heritage, was a winner of an International Book Award for Women’s Issues. KB Schaller resides in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area in South Florida.
The “second debut” of Gray Rainbow Journey, Winner of a National Best Books Award!