author bio
Kaki Warner is an award-winning
author and long time resident of the
Pacific Northwest.  Although she now
lives on the eastern slopes of the
Cascade Mountains in Washington
State, Kaki actually grew up in the
Southwest and is a proud graduate
of the University of Texas.  Her years
spent riding horses and enjoying the
expansive views of Texas became the
Historical Romance Author, Kaki Warner
inspiration for the backdrop of her novels - the wide-open
spaces of historic New Mexico Territory.
Several years ago after their two children had left for college,
Kaki and her husband, Joe, moved from the city to their hilltop
cabin overlooking the scenic Methow Valley.  Kaki now spends
her time gardening, hiking, reading, writing, and soaking in the
view from the deck with her husband and floppy-eared hound
 RITA Winner for Best First Book, 2010
 The Barclay Sterling, First Place, 2007
 The Sandy Contest, Second Place, 2007
 North Texas RWA, Second Place, 2007
 Heart of the Rockies, First Place, 2006
 Molly/Heart of the Denver RWA, First Place, 2006
 The Beacon/First Coast RWA, First Place, 2006

 RITA Finalist for Best Historical, 2010
 Marlene Contest/Washington RWA, Grand Prize, 2007
 The Barclay Sterling, Second Place, 2007
Awards Won
Pieces of Sky (includes former titles)

Open Country (includes former titles)
How to Follow Kaki