Fiction writer K.J. McCall (real name Karen Day) was born in the mountains of Virginia and moved to the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. when she was three. Her career was spent in federal government service as an information systems specialist and technical writer, the last fourteen years with Department of Health and Human Services.
Her first published work, suspense novel “Set Apart”, ventures into the future (or at least it was when she wrote it) to offer a dark and possible picture of National Health Care. She peers into the past with her second book, World War II era historical novel, “Eighteen in 1942”. Her third book is in progress, working title, “Aunt Clara”.
K.J. lives in the mountains of south central Pennsylvania. She devotes most of her time to writing and associated research.
Email K.J. at: firstname.lastname@example.org