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
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 dog.