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Wake Up Call

Sometimes mistakes can be a massive WAKE UP CALL. We writers suffer from them all the time. It could be as simple as having a train of thought be lost because we have no pen, batteries for our keyboards, cell phones away from us or what not. Sure, it sounds like an impossibility due to technology being so accessible - but the reality is IT'S NOT.

By |February 28th, 2018|0 Comments

I Screwed UP – AKA “A writer’s massive mistake”

Ever make a mistake that just continuously eats away at you? Part of it is because of the backlash you rightfully deserve, but also you let others down. It's really a difficult thing to process, let alone accept. I compare the situation to one of my diving lessons. When entering the water, we always want to ensure we leave nature as it was before we showed up. I know the intent is to not touch or harm the natural beauty, but the ocean is forever changed by my being there. It is the nature of reality.

By |December 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Kimberly’s Corner: What do you use to write?

Hey, everyone! Welcome to the first podcast of Kimberly's Corner. I decided to do this so there would be a way for me to stay on top of questions I get regularly. Feel free to email me whatever you would like to know. I'll do my best to answer them. If I can't, I'll be honest about that too!

By |September 25th, 2017|2 Comments

Updates & News!

Hello, internet world! My apologies for being away for so long. I've been wanting to blog more frequently, but sadly that has not been going the way I wanted it to. I've been dealing with two serious problems with my right arm for a bit now. My shoulder is a mess and my elbow isn't much better. I have numbness in my ring and pinky fingers.

By |September 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Enough might be… could be… Enough?

What's in a word? A hell of a lot if you follow the Websters-Dictionary Twitter feed. Those people have words, for words divided by words. The rest of us look at words as an involuntary action. We communicate with small, large or even contracted ones. Created slang to shorten them or have accents to change the way they sound. Don't get me started on dialects! Language, in general, is a difficult thing for many people to master, especially when in a larger country like the USA.

By |May 21st, 2017|3 Comments