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K. Bradley (formerly Kathi Nidd)’s mystery novel, “Snowdrifts”, debuted in 2016. She is currently working toward the publication of the third and fourth additional mystery thrillers set in the same fictional city as part of the Millerton Mystery series.


Her poetry has appeared in publications by The Poetry Institute of Canada, Polar Expressions Publishing, Haunted Waters Press and Quills Magazine.


Bradley is the creator of the short stories “Fuzzball’s Christmas Eve Adventure” and “Fuzzball’s Enormously Big Little Brother” and engages adults and children alike while donating 100% of the profit to animal shelters.


     As a contributor to the short story anthologies of the Ottawa Story Spinners, Bradley added numerous short stories over the five publications of “The Black Lake Chronicles” and in 2014 won the Blue Moon Publishing contest for inclusion into “Romancing The Story” short story anthology.


Most recently her works were included in short story publications by the Kanata Fiction Circle including “Seven Deadly Pens” and “A Write Christmas”.


With a career in healthcare informatics, Bradley pulls from the human side of medicine to provide a unique lens into strong and realistic characters.


Bradley is currently working to combine her years of personal experience in writing, navigating the publishing world and formal studies in creative writing into an author mentorship program and business soon.


She grew up and continues to reside in Ottawa alongside her loving spouse, a spirited mini schnauzer, and a pensive pug.


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"When I am writing, and completely immersed in setting and character, time stands still." K. Bradley

"Writing is telepathy ...A writer to reader and reader to reader share a telepathic connection. How one writes, tells other people things, without having to tell them things." Stephen King

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