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D.M. Kilgore

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D.M. Kilgore is a Freelance Writer, Novelist, and Literary Hitwoman. She loves being a writing gypsy and dipping her toes into the sparkling stream of whatever genre she happens to be dancing by when inspiration strikes.

After midnight, D.M. can be found dancing through the moonlit waters of multiple genres with a bloody pen in one hand and a magic wand in the other.

She's currently prancing through poetic puddles, making a splash in the blood-tinged waters of suspense filled thrillers, and twirling her toes in the glittery streams of young adult paranormal fantasy.

She insists she's found her niche, if not her groove.

If you can hear the music, dance along!


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Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a writer was typing, nor clicking a mouse The stockings were slung sloppily over a chair Because the writer forgot St. Nick soon would be there The children were huddled up, all in one bed Because visions of monsters danced in their heads And […] Read more of this blog post »
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Dustin Hey, D.M. Kilgore!!

How are you today?

Thank you very much for accepting the friendship, it really means a lot to me.:) I look forward to getting to know you better (here and FB,) as we discuss some great books!


Have a wonderful day and weekend! God bless you and yours!


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