Weaving exciting tales filled with adventure & romance
Paranormal, Fantasy (Urban & Epic), Mystery
Young Adult & New Adult
May All of Your Endings be Happy!
Amazing news! I am no longer a finalist but a winner! I won Rising Star 2014 at the BTS Red Carpet awards in NOLA!! It's quite an honor and also a tad humbling. I want to thank everyone who supported me, advised me, comforted me when the rejections poured in, and celebrated my successes!
Tortured Souls 2015 Silver Medal for YA Mystery/Horror in the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards!
Kimber Leigh Wheaton is a bestselling YA/NA author with a soft spot for sweet romance. In addition to writing, she works as an editor for two publishers as well as select indie authors. She shares her home with her teenage son, three dogs, and lots of dragons. Kimber Leigh is addicted to romance, video games, superheroes, villains, and chocolate—not necessarily in that order. (If she has to choose, she’ll take a chocolate covered superhero!) She currently lives in San Antonio, TX but has been somewhat a rolling stone in life, having resided in several different cities and states.
Romance Writers of America
Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators
Silver medal for YA Mystery/Horror in the 2015 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards ~ Tortured Souls: The Orion Circle Book 1
Best Cover 2014 for Tortured Souls from BTS Red Carpet Awards
Rising Star 2014 from BTS Red Carpet Awards
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Three Things You Didn't Know About Kimber Leigh Wheaton
1) I am a video game addict, have been for years. One of my favorite things to do in high school was go to an arcade and trounce all the guys who thought girls couldn't play games. Each person in my household has their own game console because we don't share well with others. My favorite games are RPG and strategy. I own enough video games to open a second hand store (that is if I was willing to part with them). There are two things I don't leave the house without: my Kindle and my 3DS.
2) I love to sing, and it's an integral part of my life. Singing elevates my mood and makes me flourish. I suppose it's like living with Snow White for my poor family. Yes, I do sing constantly when at home. I've also been known to sing or hum in inappropriate places such as Target. While I haven't had much in the way of formal training, I did train with two former members of the New York Metropolitan Opera once a week for a couple months. I learned more in those few lessons than I did from years in musical theater.
3) I love cars! My dear husband puts up with my obsession quite well. My cars have always been my babies. My first car was a Mustang that I loved dearly. After that, I went through a Daytona and a Camaro until I was forced into a family car. I got a copper Murano which featured the 350Z engine—we called it the pumpkin carriage. Man, I loved that SUV. For a mom-mobile it was hot. My latest baby is truly my best, though. Three years ago I got the 45th Anniversary edition Camaro. I named him Sesshomaru after InuYasha's older brother because he's beautiful on the outside but a beast on the inside.