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My 3rd book being a novel has been a wonderful experience for me. As were the two previous poetry books namely; unnecessary poetry and…"
Novelists - published or not - chatting about beginnings, muddy middles, dang endings, what to do with it all. Please don't shout (all caps, big images) or post links on the main wall except as part of the conversation. Please do include modestly sized covers in "Our Published Novels" but please don't self-promote on the wall.See More
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Born a Navy baby in Nova Scotia Canada, Kimberly learned quickly to crave change. No coonsistency has entered her life with the exception of change. An introvert though you would not know was completely gifted of change when her recently deceased father in law that writing would heal. He did not lie. He still holds a critical part in being her greatest influence. As a recovering drug addict of many heroin and cocaine years now sees the gifts that rise through our challenges and pain. Kimberly's obsession is held in her love of writing, and her greatest fear and insecurity in in writing. Having no education, she fears to fall short of being read yet her imagination is so strong, she has no choice but be inspired to write. Kimberly writes from the heart of pure truth and emotion in attempts to touch a reader that can relate, and needs to be touched. She is also a poet of many categories and enjoys the flow of the serenity it does bring her.
I have spent the better part of 25 years in Advertising working on global accounts as a broadcast producer and account supervisor. I secretly would write, scared to show anyone in fear of not being worthy to write. Seven years ago I took the plunge and began writing for different sites. I have never been able to not write. I have won editor choice awards and poet of the year, and while exhausting am so rewarded by the self-publishing 3 books recently. Two poetry and one novel as the latest both in ebook and softcover. I often laugh when I look at my wall here and read my homemade poster 'I have no job, and keep odd hours. Both personally and professionally I am very fortunate.
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Kimberly, Belated welcome to the novelist group; we're delighted to have you join us! If you haven’t done so already, you might introduce yourself by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion. We do a live chat Wednesdays at 1 EST; instructions on how to participate are in the "Our Water Cooler" box near the top of the group page. Do join us! And we save the wall for discussion, but welcome links to helpful blog posts on the “Links to Helpful Blog Posts for Writers” discussion thread.
Meg Waite Clayton Novelist Group Moderator Bestselling Author of four novels, including The Wednesday Sisters (a writing group novel) and the forthcoming The Wednesday Daughters (all Random House/Ballantine)
Hi and let me be one of the first to welcome you to Shewrites. This is a terrific site, tons of resources and innovative info. As my own bonus, you have access to my teaching site and free teachings on memoir. Just click here and sign up. No spam, I promise. Just great teaching tips. Enjoy! XO Jennifer
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