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K.C. currently owns all rights to her books in ALL media formats. Including but not limited to: ebook, paperback, hardback, audio, book covers, bookmarks, book trailers, merchandise, film/TV and screenplay.

K.C. is a hybrid author, 90 Miles to Freedom was previously published by Night Publishing. K.C. regained her rights before they shut their business down. Since that time, K.C. has self-published her books and having fun doing it.

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KC Hilton Press Release PDF – Cars, Coffee, and a Badass Ninja Toilet 9/1/17

KC Hilton

KC Hilton

K.C. is a wife, mother and entrepreneur. She self-published the award-winning Finkleton series and My Name is Rapunzel under the pseudonym K.C. Hilton. She currently resides in the great state of Kentucky with her amazing husband and spoiled dog. K.C.’s husband refers to her as Hobbit size and claims that she is “nuttier than a fruit cake.” She owns a complete set of pink tools, believes in aliens and secretly wants to become a badass ninja. In her spare time, she can be found daydreaming about leaving work early to eat chocolate and drink wine. Sometimes her dreams come true.

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  1. So I found out about your book My Bame Is Rapunzel and I am really excited to read it, and I was wondering when the book will be published? I couldn’t find a release date 🙂

    1. Thank you for your interest in My Name is Rapunzel. I’m currently seeking representation for the book to be published. Sorry, I don’t have a date, yet. I’ll keep the website updated with any news =)

  2. I just started reading your book “The Magic of Finkleton” and saw that you are from Aurora, Illinois. I also grew up in Aurora (about 2 blocks from West High in a neighborhood where we played outside and biked around all day. (Not close to any graveyards, so I didn’t have that problem.) Although I am much older than you, and am reading your books to decide which grand niece or nephew to buy them for, I couldn’t resist writing you. I appreciate your imagination and creativity and look forward to reading your books.

    1. It’s wonderful to hear from you and thank you so much for contacting me! Ahhh, the trip down memory lane. I also grew up a few blocks from West High (class of ’87 but moved to KY when I was 17 years old). I had a paper route in that area and across from the high school, too. I loved our little neighborhood, riding our bikes, skateboarding and playing street games, such fun! Thanks again for contacting me! Have a wonderful weekend =)

  3. Hello, I’m a French girl currently finishing my master in English with translation as my major. I found your book The Magic of Finkleton while trying to find a book to translate for my thesis, and I really loved it! I went with another one for my thesis, but I think your book is really great and I was rather surprised to find it hasn’t been translated in French cause it seems to me the story is great and is worth being known not only by English speakers !
    The next thing I’m going to ask might sound a bit naive, but I’ll ask anyway: I would love to translate your novel in French, however I have no idea who to contact etc to make it happen, so I thought I could ask you in the first place, I mean, would you like to have your book translated ? And if yes, I would really love it if you agreed for me to do it, and probably you’re more familiar with whom to talk about it to.
    Anyway, I really really can’t say enough how I loved your story, I’m really glad I got to read it 🙂

    1. Thank you for contacting me and I’m sorry for the late reply. I’m so glad you enjoyed reading The Magic of Finkleton. Translating the Finkleton books into French sounds very interesting, but I know nothing about the costs or what it would consist of. If you want, you can send me an email at have a wonderful day! =)

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