About KyLee


KyLee Woodley is the mother of three beautiful children, wife to a good man, aspiring author, and lover of books. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Oregon Christian Writers, and first place catagory winner for historical romance in the 2019 Phoenix Rattler Writing Contest for her unpublished novel Unbroken Promise.

When not blogging, critiquing or going to school, she writes tales akin to the literature and movies she grew up on such as those of John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara, Mary Coneally, Tamara Leigh, and Lois Wilfred Johnson which she enjoys reading to her family.  KyLee enjoys history (including reading, research, and visiting historical places), being in nature, games, and spending time with loved ones. Her intense love for others and God, and her sunshine smile, are the hallmarks of this woman.

A note from KyLee:

Life is a lot of work. It is beautiful, dangerous, tragic, exhausting, and sometimes an absolute struggle. That is why we need good stories, so we can hide away from the worries of this world for a moment, step into the pages of our favorite book and just live. I hope to write something that is like stepping into another world–one that reflects God’s love for us–and changes my reader’s life for the better.

3 thoughts on “About KyLee

  1. Montgomery Woodley

    I love your optimism Sweetheart. Truly I hope it will reach others and inspire them for the better.
    Love you Husband.


    1. kyleeawoodley

      Its a pleasure meeting you, Kathy. My plans for this spring conference are still tenative but I’ll message you if I attend this month. Have a beautiful day!


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