Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims
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  • Louisville, KY
  • United States
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Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims replied to the discussion 'Marketing online'
"Hi Laresa, I would check into everything free, social media and where your target audience is. This is what I am planning to do for my next project!  Peace! Kimberly "
Mar 1, 2014
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims posted a status
"Happy New Year! I'm back! 2013 is now thankfully in the past! I'm moving forward & my writing again! Much peace and words!"
Jan 19, 2014
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims replied to the discussion 'Hello - My name is Sola Olu' in the group Writers of African Origin
"Welcome Sola! I like your title! Peace!"
Feb 21, 2013
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims liked Sola Olu's discussion Hello - My name is Sola Olu
Feb 21, 2013
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims liked Solange Diallo Lopes's group Writers of African Origin
Feb 21, 2013
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims liked Jacqueline Malcolm's discussion Reaching Historians of African History
Jan 6, 2013
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims liked Sakki selznick's discussion Anybody interested in a reading exchange?
Jul 23, 2012
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims commented on the group 'Writers of African Origin'
"Hello Valorie!! Great to have you join us! There are some awesome Sisters in this group! Congrats on taking that first step in the wonderful world of writing! Let me know if there is anything I can do to help you! Peace! Kim"
Aug 5, 2011
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims liked Zetta Brown's discussion Question: Can't black folks be happy?
Aug 3, 2011
Sakki selznick replied to the discussion 'Where are you from?' in the group Writers of African Origin
"Hi, everybody. Sara Selznick here. I was born and raised plain-wrap Midwestern, before we moved to California when I was a teenager. I met my husband in Los Angeles, and eventually, we've headed back to the Midwest. We like the winters--mostly.…"
May 25, 2011
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims replied to the discussion 'Where are you from?' in the group Writers of African Origin
"Hey Renee!    It seems that way! lol I'm sure there are some others on SHE WRITES "up north!" I love New York! I've been there about 10-12 times over the past 30 years for too brief of a visit. I plan to move to NY in…"
May 19, 2011
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims replied to the discussion 'Where are you from?' in the group Writers of African Origin
"Welcome Folake!!! I wished we could have met up! I moved back to Louisville, KY THE day you joined the group! But its all good, because I'll be back & forth to Atlanta.  One of my dearest writing friends, I call him Little Brother…"
May 19, 2011
Renee Threatte replied to the discussion 'Where are you from?' in the group Writers of African Origin
"Hey Tangela, great to check out your blog. My writing partner an I are doing something similar (comedic blogging) with a video twist.  "
May 19, 2011
Renee Threatte replied to the discussion 'Where are you from?' in the group Writers of African Origin
"It looks like everyone is out west or down south- am I the only Yankee in the group? I'm an actor/ writer living in Manhattan- plenty of coffee shops to go and write in, but my 'home office' is also my living room/dining…"
May 19, 2011
Folake Taylor replied to the discussion 'Where are you from?' in the group Writers of African Origin
"Roswell in the house, Kimberly! Born in the UK; Nigerian parents. I've lived in the Atlanta metro area for eleven years. This is home!"
Apr 23, 2011
Kimberly R. Perdue-Sims commented on the blog post 'How Do You Know if You Are a "Real" Writer?'
"At the age of 12 I wrote down everything I wanted to be. (long list) By 13 I figured out I could do most of them if I wrote it down. By th etime I was 14 I called my self a writer and received my first (of zillions) of rejection letters. Writing is…"
Mar 31, 2011

Profile Information

Who I am:
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
Sensuously Seasoned
Characters-Christian Play
My writing is:
Fiction, Plays
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
Services I offer to other writers:
Writing group that offers support, encouragement and motivation. 4 year old group=Black Writers With Purpose
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
Yes, several groups
My professional associations:
I found out about She Writes from:
Brooke Blander

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At 10:37pm on March 2, 2011, Rev. LaWaughn Rouse said…

Hello again I really enjoyed your website. I'm excited to be here in my new life during my vintage years. Will visit your site again

Rev. LaWaughn Rouse

At 12:55pm on October 4, 2010, Joyce Evans-Campbell said…
Hi Kimberly, welcome to She Writes and women of African origin. It's a new experience for me because I was in journalism for a long while. I'm happy to join you here. I've wanted to write fiction and poetry since I was a young girl. In fact, I wrote poetry and hid it under my bed because I didn't want Mother to find it. She might've thought I had written a boy. They were love poems -- sort of.
At 8:07am on September 1, 2010, Kimberly Wesley said…
Thanks! I'm trying to challenge myself to finish a first draft in one month. Crazy huh?
At 10:13am on August 26, 2010, Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson said…
Kimberly, I love your philosophy of maturity and love. I totally agree! I look forward to learning more about your writing and all the wonderful creative things you are doing. Best, Nicky
At 9:11am on August 26, 2010, Nicky Wheeler-Nicholson said…
Kimberly, Welcome to the Southern Writers Group. We're very glad to have you. Your website is very attractive and I loved the book trailer. Please go over and introduce yourself. Zetta's role call discussion and Give Us a Peek are both good places to start but feel free to jump in anywhere or start something yourself! Best, Nicky
At 8:52am on August 26, 2010, Sarah Pinneo said…
Welcome to the fiction forum!
At 8:32am on August 26, 2010, Meg Waite Clayton said…
Kimberly, Adding my voice to the welcome. If you’re looking for a place to jump in, we’d love to have you join us in the Publishing Industry News group, or in Novelists – Struggling or Not.

Hope you enjoy the site!

Meg Waite Clayton
Moderator, Publishing Industry News, and Novelist Group
Author of the national bestseller The Wednesday Sisters, and the forthcoming The Four Ms. Bradwells (Ballantine, March 2011)
At 8:19am on August 26, 2010, Kate Hanselman said…
Welcome to She Writes Kimberly! So glad to have you here.
Check out Getting Started, an easy-to-use guide to, well, getting started.
Don’t forget to head over to the She Writes Blog and let us know what you think!
If you have any questions or feedback as you explore and use the site, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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