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Kimberly Marie considers herself a consumer of stories. She has always embraced the beauty of imagination and its ability to transport someone to a new world, so it was only natural that she put her own imagination on paper.

Featuring character-driven plots, her works focus on the journey of her characters, creating multi-layered stories that embrace growth and the human experience. An author who refuses to label herself with a genre, Kimberly chooses to focus on the protagonists and where life takes them, rather than fitting into a predetermined mold.

Throughout school, she always had a penchant for writing, but it was not until she lived and worked in Washington, D.C. after college that she discovered a love of reading.

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Kimberly Marie It was beautiful, but then it was over. The blood on my hands was the only memory I had left.
Kimberly Marie I like taking long drives with the music on. Finding other outlets for my creativity always helps as well. I listen to a lot of music and will do some…moreI like taking long drives with the music on. Finding other outlets for my creativity always helps as well. I listen to a lot of music and will do some drawing and painting. I also enjoy writing poetry or doing photography. Anything to keep my creativity going until I can resist the work.(less)
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The Peculiar Blue Drink & The Art of Taking Chances

Anyone who knows me understands that when it comes to food, I know what I like and rarely stray from comfort. I did it once in seventh grade when I bought school cafeteria sushi and quickly realized the error of my ways. It was one of the worst moments in my life. Everyone was all about this cafeteria sushi in my school, so I ignored my better judgement and bought the food if thats what you want t Read more of this blog post »
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“It would have been better if you had broken a bone. Then, at least I would know I would heal.”
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“The space between good and evil grows in distance when splattered against a blank page.”
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