About Me


Hello, my name is Julie Kolb. Nice to virtually meet you. I write. Thank you for reading!

Long before writing became a part of my every day, I told imaginary stories for my children at bedtime. When my youngest was too old for bedtimes stories, I started writing stories to keep my imagination occupied. One of my grandchildren found me huddled in the utility room writing in the middle of the night. After inquiring what I was doing, they asked if I would write them a story. That story was for a ten year old granddaughter became Snowball, was my first self published story.

You can read a sample of the first few pages of Snowball on this Amazon link here.

It is available in paperback and ebook.

Snowball is available on Amazon.com (print and ebook).  The story is an easy to read chapter book about a little girl who helps her grandparents find out how their new puppy keeps getting out of the fence.  Aimee is smart, curious and compassionate, just like my granddaughter.

My second book I published last year. An illustrated picture book

You can check out the picture book Bad Dreams on this Amazon link here. 

It is available in ebook, and paperback . A sample is available to view for free.

Bad Dream, a story about a little boy who has a bad dream and how his grandfather helps him deal with it. The grandfather helps the little boy see that things aren’t always as they seem and that a little bit of brave goes a long way.


Currently I am working on a grown up story about, hmm . . . a G rated version . . . expectations.  Yes, that sums it up in one word. To keep my stories for grown ups and children separate, that will be old under the pen name J. Kolb.

Next story in the works is another picture book, tentatively titled The Truth About Dragons.


Thanks for stopping by, and happy reading!






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