Kayla Halleur

Location: Australia

Kayla Halleur tells everyone that she’s not a writer, but no one believes her. Her short story for Beyond The Gate is the first time she’s written anything to be published, which both terrifies and excites her in equal measure.

She lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and currently works full time in Finance, as well as studying part time to become an accountant, even though her heart isn’t really in it. She would much rather spend her time working from home, offering editing and proof reading services to those that require it; combining her love of travel and photography by wandering the world and producing some new form of fascinating travel book that will reach number one on all known best seller lists; discovering a way that she can earn a living by watching Doctor Who, Firefly and Archer, as well as the other couple of thousand movies and TV-on-DVD’s that she has wasted far too much money on in the past; becoming the next big star on you-tube even though she’s extraordinarily camera shy; or finding crafty and ingenious ways of displaying and damage proofing all of the Star Wars memorabilia that her partner owns, before his heart gets ripped out by the release of Episode Seven and he goes on a soul crushing rampage where he destroys it all in retaliation of what Disney has done to his beloved franchise.

In her limited spare time, she is constructing the best website known to man, where she can share her thoughts on Lego, her photography, her friend’s awesome books, her friend’s brilliant photography, and basically everything that she finds interesting. She hopes that it will end up taking her less time than writing this Bio did.

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Kayla Halleur's books in the Blunderbuss World:

  • Beyond the Gate


About the author:
Anita Sølver is a freelance illustrator located in Denmark, with a strong passion for children related projects. She is working with another SPP fan, Patrick Stemp, and together they're creating children's books at http://frogburps.com