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.

10 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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      2. 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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  5. Thanks for your poem, Hannah. I’m your #1 long-term fan! Keep up the good work.

    Love,
    Papa

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    1. Thank you! Love you too!

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