About Hannah K

Hi guys! I’m Hannah K, a writer with a passion for serving God and working with kids who have experienced trauma. I started my first novel as a 16-year-old living in Xiamen, China. Paris of London was the story of a boy named Paris who raised himself on the streets of Edwardian London, and returned as a young man to minister to the street kids. Although I never published the book, Paris was my first love and that’s where this site gets its name.

Since then, I have completed drafts of two more novels, as well as writing a musical libretto. While I would love to seriously seek publication one day, I am now focusing my efforts on completing a degree in child development and international service, with hopes of bringing trauma-informed care to children in our communities. During my free time, I can often be found writing short stories, studying French or Arabic, or swimming laps.

8 responses to “About Hannah K”

  1. Thanks for sharing your work, Hannah, and for being one of my very best friends!

    Love,
    Katie, aka “Mama” :o)

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  2. Thank you, Mama! Thanks for being interested in my work, even though I sometimes bore you when I go on and on about character traits and plotting and revising and the history of WWI!
    Hannah

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  3. I can’t wait for this to be done! It’s sounds amazing, Hannah! 🙂

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    1. Thanks! I’m taking a break from it for now but I really hope to come back to it someday. I still love my characters!

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      1. I hope to get my WIP done sometime soon.
        Maybe this summer i can tackle it, full force. Let’s hope I’m not sick like last summer. Sheesh.
        You are truly amazing, Hannah. 🙂
        Keep up the wonderful work that you’ve started. Marty’s kid and Paris of London are really going to be touching.
        Try and Try again. ❤

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        1. Thank you! I hope you can get your book done too. Trying and trying again is how I did it. It isn’t easy, but if you love what you’re doing it’s totally worth it!

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  4. WHOA THIS LOOKS SO AWESOME. 😀 😀 😀 I loooove stories with meaning and purpose and yours sounds like it’s jammed full of just those things!

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    1. Thanks Jonathan! I love writing meaningful stories (with a little action thrown in… 🙂 ), and I’m so excited I’m finally getting connected with people like you who want to do the same! The little snippet that I read of your book sounded great–took me in right away! Keep up the good work! 🙂

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