Source: "Haunted Chambers" website
She started writing when she was a young girl. She sold early works of short fiction while she was in college and earned a degree in Journalism from Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, and was a reporter for about eight years at several small southern newspapers. She then changed careers and entered the information technology field, writing occasional articles for technical journals.
She was initiated into Freemasonry in August 2006, into a Seattle, WA-based Lodge that works under the Honorable Order of American Co-Masonry, American Federation of Human Rights.
Haunted Chambers - the Lives of Early Women Freemasons
- "Haunted Chambers" Website http://www.hauntedchambers.com
- Karen Kidd won the World Award in Internet Lodge No 9659's Short Paper's competition 2007 http://internet.lodge.org.uk/shortpaperscompetition/library/SPC200750.pdf
- Interview Karen Kidd in 2009 about her book "Haunted Chambers" on blogtalkradio.com Masonic Central [http://www.blogtalkradio.com/masonic-central/2009/06/29/author-karen-kidd-on-her-new-book-haunted-chambers-the-lives-of-early-women-freemasons