K W Bunyap

Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy

Author Profile

K W Bunyap

My name is Kenneth Clark Wells. I'm a published author and I'm writing poetry, children's picture books, and an epic fantasy novel about the Seven Elements of Magic. What can I say? I'm eclectic. I've survived a near mid-air collision, a grizzly attack, and raising three daughters. When I'm not writing I'm flying for a major airline. I write under the pen name K.W. Bunyap.

Books

K W Bunyap

Where is the Dog, Where is the Cat?

Children's Books

Dad wakes up and cannot find the dog or the cat. Follow him on his search for the family pets.

Book Bubbles from Where is the Dog, Where is the Cat?

K W Bunyap

Where is the Dog? Where is the Cat?

Children's Books

Father wakes to find the family dog and cat are missing. Join him as he searches the house for these adventurous pets.

Book Bubbles from Where is the Dog? Where is the Cat?

the intro to my children's book

A fun mystery as the child turns the pages to find the dog and cat always one step ahead and out of sight of Father.

Wyoming From A to Z

Children's Books

A delightful book that uses the alphabet to introduce children to some of the wonderful people, places, and things that make up the great state of Wyoming.

Book Bubbles from Wyoming From A to Z

G is for Grand Teton

G is for Grand Teton. It is the highest peak in the Teton range and is the most photographed mountain peak in Wyoming. It stands at 13,775 feet above sea level and is the second highest peak in Wyoming.

F is for Flaming Gorge

F is for Flaming Gorge. It is Wyoming's largest reservoir, on the Green River on the Wyoming-Utah border. It has over 360 miles of shoreline.

E is for Elk.

They are related to deer but are much larger animals, and roam the mountains and high meadows of Wyoming. The Shawnee Native Americans called the elk "Wapiti".

D is for Devils Tower

It is an igneous rock formation, sacred to many Indian tribes, and was the United States First National Monument. It is 867 feet tall and the flat top is about the size of a football field.

C is for Cutthroat Trout

There are four species of this colorful native trout in Wyoming and all feature an orange slash on their jawline. They can be found in the creeks and rivers across much of the state.

B is for Black-Footed Ferret

They were once thought extinct until their rediscovery outside the town of Meeteetse, Wyoming in 1981. One of the most endangered mammals in North America, they live in prairie dog towns.

A is for American Bison

Sometimes mistakenly called a buffalo, it is Wyoming's state mammal and the symbol on Wyoming's state flag. It is also the heaviest land animal in North America.

A is for American Bison.

Sometimes mistakenly called a buffalo, it is Wyoming's state mammal and the symbol on Wyoming's state flag. It is also the heaviest land animal in North America.

A is for American Bison.

Sometimes mistakenly called a buffalo, it is Wyoming's state mammal and the symbol on Wyoming's state flag. It is also the heaviest land animal in North America.

Wyoming, the letter

I wanted to create a picture book of the Alphabet using the beauty and history of Wyoming from A to Z.

K W Bunyap

Working Title: Spirit Adept

This Book Is In Development

Spirit Adept

Science Fiction & Fantasy

A near-orphan with the curse of spirit-sight must gather the seven elements of magic to save the world.

Rough-Cut Book Bubbles from Spirit Adept

Learning of Elemental Magic

Erinwe Diomhair is a kit, a knight-in-training. She has followed her master, the Shadowyn monk Davius Rhill, on an inquiry about elemental magic. She and her master find themselves in a tavern in Shyne, a small village in the Clan of Scoth. The monk asks about elemental magic, but the waitress seems to disregard the question. Until later, that is...

Kidnapping a fallen knight

Sir Rommen Ryke, once a proud knight of Bregainne, is now just a dirty drunkard. He's lost his home, and worse, his son. Now, three greycoat soldiers masquerading as Voronith coat merchants are planning to use him to get to his son, Zanevon Ryke, the supposed boy with spirit-sight.

Urchin in the under-Shyne

Zane has crept from the sewer to watch this drunken bum. Why?

The Fallen God returns, seeking revenge.

This passage comes at the end of my prologue, revealing Draull, the Fallen God, escaping the Void. His ascension on the higher planes has begun. Only a ragged boy from the sewers of a small village has the power to stop Him. The forces of Light, Darkness, and Shadow converge, with the fate of Creation hanging in the balance.

A body.

Zane travels the sewers of Shyne to get from place to place. Even down there, he can't completely avoid trouble, but he uses his magic to make the go easier. In this scene, he is headed somewhere in particular, and rising from the sewers he finds what he is seeking...a body.

The Void

Draull is a Fallen God. After destroying the heavenly world of Tiela, the Creator banished him to the seventh and lowest plane, known only as the Void. For ages uncounted Draull has remained in the dark, alone, brooding, plotting his revenge against the Heavens. Only the Septenaria, the seven elements of magic, protected the material plane of Eilean Reul from the Fallen God's wrath, but Draull's followers destroyed those fabled jewels centuries ago. Now, a near-orphan with a curse of spirit-sight must gather seven new elemental adepts and try to prevent the destruction of the world.

K W Bunyap

Working Title: Aspen Autumn

This Book Is In Development

Aspen Autumn

Literature & Fiction

A poem about the changing colors of aspens in fall.

Rough-Cut Book Bubbles from Aspen Autumn

A poem about the changing of the leaves in autumn.

The magic of the aspens turning from green to gold happens almost overnight. I sat in an aspen stand one day in 2016 and literally watched the change. It inspired me to write this poem.

K W Bunyap

The Adventures of Biscuit and Gravy

Children's Books

The ongoing adventures of Biscuit the dog and Gravy the cat.

Book Bubbles from The Adventures of Biscuit and Gravy

Biscuit discovers a new friend

Biscuit discovers a new friend when her owners bring home a kitten. Will they get along?

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