Kara Wild

About me

Kara Wild grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has always had a passion for fiction writing, and began writing historical fiction when she was a teenager.

From my website

Book Review: Fingersmith

I feel as though I've been living in a cave.  Sarah Waters has been publishing neo-Victorian and early/mid 20th century novels since 1998, yet I learned about her only a year ago.  More is the pity, because her writing style is so compulsively readable, at least going by her third…

Novel Update: San Francisco Writers Conference 2015

After cutting and refining my novel, I finally decided I was ready for the next step: attend the San Francisco Writers Conference, where real-live agenty people would congregate... along with the rest of us.I won't provide a ton of detail, except to say that the price is probably a bargain…

Things That I Love: The Legend of Korra, Revisited (Part Two)

Last time, I focused on the ways in which The Legend of Korra was intertwined with its predecessor, The Last Airbender, to the point where it's almost useless to compare them (though many will try).  This time, I want to focus on what made Korra such a great, and at…

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