K. Will was born and raised on the south side of Chicago. At the age of 11, she moved to the southern suburbs of Illinois, where she presently resides. K and her best friend developed a 30 day fast for single mothers, a concept that catapulted her first published book. She has always had a passion for writing. Having written over 100 poems in her lifetime, she is no stranger to embracing her love of writing to inspire, support, and evoke creativity. She chose to pursue this project with a focus on self-love and self-care, which she firmly believes are ideals that women -- with their many hats and roles in life -- can use more of.

K draws her greatest inspiration from her role as a single mother. After her mother's passing at the age of 30, who was her greatest support, K.Will finds resilience through the path that parenting has instilled in her. Years ago, a compassionate project to provide relief and joy led to K’s creation of custom baskets. With additional roles to fulfill, her inclination toward entrepreneurship and creativity has inspired her son to begin his own business.

When she isn't writing, you can find K. Will spending time with her son or loved ones. She enjoys singing and dropping positive tidbits with those around her. Her gift of insight was apparent at an early age. Now a certified Life Coach, K is exceptionally passionate about seeing people succeed and has always served as a support system to those that know and love her.

With a career in Administration, Will funnels her supportive spirit by being a constant source of positivity for those around her. One of her favorite phrases epitomizes her outlook on life -- “The glass is half full.” K holds a solid conviction that there is always a blessing in every situation, regardless of seeming setbacks or obstacles. It is with this disposition that she hopes to influence and inspire women to be the best version of themselves in every area of their lives.

Using humor and actionable tasks, her goals for publishing her first book are simple: to motivate women to make time for themselves and encourage them to keep pushing each other to be strong, beautiful, healthy, spiritual women who take care of themselves… “Because if you cant take care of you, then how can you care for anyone else?” Will affirms.

She strives to bless women through her wit and authenticity. Her optimism in the power of fasting and dedication to oneself are tools she believes can be passed on and beneficial for generations.

To quote her directly, "Life is what you make it. Live life; don't fake it!” She aspires to this truth every day and wants the same for all women.