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National bestselling author K.L. Hall is best known for her In the Arms of a Savage trilogy. She is also the author of over two dozen other novels.
As a serial storyteller, Hall pens enthralling love stories intertwined with the grittiness of urban fiction. Her writing style is a fusion of eminently relatable female characters like Sydney Tate and Raquel Valentine, and the flawed, yet desirable male leads who love them, like Law Calloway and Justice Silva.
At a young age, she found her passion in a pen and knew that writing would continue to be a vital part of her life from that point forward. After becoming infatuated with the intricate genre of urban fiction, Hall made her childhood dream a reality and self-published her first short story in 2013. Since then, the Virginia native has been featured in blogs, podcasts, radio interviews and press articles. She was acknowledged as a top urban fiction author in 2016 and 2018 by the Urban Books, Authors and Writers of America, and was a 2019 "I am African, and I Can" award recipient.
Each of her stories aim to capture the attention of whoever picks up her book by bringing her pages and characters to life through lessons in life and love and personal growth. Ready to read one? Join Hall’s email tribe to receive updates on all things literary and follow her on social media to be the first to know about future releases and appearances.
Whether read aloud or as a bedtime story, this story encourages young children to start thinking about their future at an early age. From a teacher to the next president of the United States, the dynamic illustrations in this book bring the various occupations in this story to life.
From cover to cover, “Little One, Change the World,” harnesses the power to inspire generations to come. At the end of this book, ask your young reader, what are you going to do that changes the world?