Transcendence by K. Meador

 Transcendence is a collection of poetry for the soul written from the author’s perspective spanning the time period between 1998 and 2012. The poems cover topics such as depression, death, alcoholism, spirituality, hope, and love. Purchase: Amazon

Author Bio: K. Meador published her first full length novel, Journey to Freedom in April 2012. Her second book, Their Journey Begins, was published in November 2012. It is an anthology written to explore the characters in Journey to Freedom before they meet. Her third book, Transcendence, was published in November 2012. It is a collection of poetry from the author’s heart written in the time periods between 1998 and 2012.

 Her future works are: Their Journey Continues – a short anthology to follow up on characters you have fallen in love with in Their Journey Begins and Journey to Freedom. Publication date December 2012. The Inner Chamber – a christian suspense/thriller full length novel set in contemporary times and challenges faith through a series of trials. Publication date June 2013. Impact – a christian drama full length novel set in modern time and tests the boundaries of love and forgiveness in a family setting. Publication date December 2013. K. Meador calls Cross Plains, Texas, home. Cross Plains Texas was put on the map by author Robert Howard, author of the Conan the Barbarian series. K. Meador works full time as an aircraft mechanic/avionics technician. Her older son is exploring the depths of the ocean as he attained his Master Diver Certification and her younger son is pursing a career in auto collision and paint. To keep up to date on K. Meador’s activities, visit her website at


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