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Kayla E. Green

Kayla E. Green, The Unicorn Writer, is a school librarian, author, and poet living in eastern North Carolina with her husband and their furbabies. When she isn’t writing, reading, or taking photos for her bookstagram, she loves singing loudly and off-key to KLove Radio, napping, and pretending she’s a unicorn. As a Christian, her faith greatly shapes her worldview which in turn influences her writing.

Kayla E. Green’s award-winning YA fantasy novella, Aivan: The One Truth, and her poetry collection, Metamorphosis, are now available through book retailers. Kayla also has stories and poems featured in various anthologies. Follow her blog, and be sure to explore the different pages to learn more about her writing!

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In the News & Other Fun Things

Greenville author wins international book award

A Greenville author and educator has been recognized in an international book award competition.

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The best clean fantasy books featuring animal companions

Kayla E. Green shares the 5 best books on clean fantasy books featuring animal companions. Have you read The Girl Who Drank the Moon?

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What YA Fantasy Should You Read Next?

There are SO many fantastic books out there! Tell us some of your favorite things and we will recommend a clean YA fantasy book for you!

“Listen to the story God writes on your heart.”

– Kayla E. Green

Latest Blog Posts

The Girl Who Drank The Moon

The Girl Who Drank The Moon by Kelly Barnhill is an award-winning middle grade fantasy book. Despite being active in the book communities across social media, I stumbled upon this book by chance while in Barnes and Noble. My husband takes me shopping for books every year for my birthday, and I saw The Girl…

Child of Prophecy: Character Interview

Child of Prophecy by T. E. Bradford is an excellently crafted fantasy world with layers of faith and love. If you would like to learn more about my thoughts on Child of Prophecy, and why I think it is such a wonderful book, check out my full review here. Today, two of the main characters…

Allen Steadham: Author Interview

Allen Steadham is a Christian, author, husband, father, and Information Technology professional in Texas. He has authored multiple books across a few different genres including The Former Things, which I reviewed last week (spoiler: it’s a must read for fans of contemporary romance). I’m so excited to learn more about Allen and his writing in…

The Former Things by Allen Steadham

The Former Things by Allen Steadham is a must read for fans of both contemporary fiction and adult, clean romance. I listened to the audio version of this book. The beginning of the story takes a little bit to pick-up. But after the first twenty minutes or so, I found myself invested completely in Sean’s…

Nikki Mitchell: Author Interview

Nikki Mitchell is an author, freelancer for her local newspaper, and homeschooling mama of two in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. When asked what she likes to do in her spare time she explained that she loved adventure and being outside. “The county I live in has 314 lakes, 900 miles of river, 8 waterfalls, and I’m…

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4 thoughts on “Home Of The Unicorn Writer

  1. What you have wrote shows strength and wisdom. To step up and take control of your life shows your strength. You look at the past and show what you experience and how to only move forward with the knowledge you gained.

    1. It means so much to me that you see those things in my writing. With God’s grace and us learning to accept ourselves and process our past, we can begin to move forward and be better. Thank you for being a dedicated reader. May God bless you!

  2. I loved your book Metamorphosis, so much that I have used it to share in a ministry with our patients who suffer from substance abuse. We place a copy of your book in their hands, challenge them to read it and look for ways to open up about their addictions and how to look for healing and forgiveness of themselves and others. To connect with them from a younger authors view of relevant and current issues they face and a way to find Gods Amazing Grace and strength to be a better them, a reflection of Christ whom they were created to be. Thank you and please keep writing.

    1. I’m struggling to find the right words to express how much this means to me. I pray that your patients find healing and that Metamorphosis will be a source of light and God’s love for them. May God bless you and your ministry!

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