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Kimberly White is a former Manhattanite now living in a tiny farm town in the Midwest. She wrote The Shift after having a life-changing experience researching a nursing home company. She earns her keep as a writer and public speaker, sharing the lessons she learned about how to see others as they truly are.

She is married to the funniest man in the world, and mother to a brood of endlessly amusing children. She is willing to adopt pretty much any well-behaved pet and will believe anyone who tells her chocolate is healthy.

Kimberly loves to hear from readers. You can reach her at author@kimberlywhitebooks.com with questions, stories, suggestions, and gently-worded insults.

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