- Jerseyville, Il, USA
- member since September 13, 2007
Kimberly Killion’s last login was Sunday, December 6, 2009.
Hello, Kimberly. I’m the author of The Sandal Maker, a new novel about the public ministry of Jesus from a unique point of view, a little controversial at times, but you will see him as never before. It’s a story that will take you on a fascinating journey in first century Galilee. Have you ever wondered what is was like to live in those times? What part did women play in his ministry? Was he the first feminist? Were the miracles real? Why did Judas betray the Master? How does the gospel of Jesus compare to the gospel according to Peter and Paul? This is a “must read” for those on a true spiritual quest. You can read reviews at Amazon.com. I’m including a link to copy and paste. Let me know what you think.
Read about a tribal society where women issues are all together different. 'Afghanistan: A Volatile Country', is a book to inform those who are directly and indirectly affected by not only the current events in this at-war country, but by its affects on Pakistan. Emphasizes Afghan relations with both neighboring Pakistan and the United States. This book delves into the forty years of relative peace and prosperity Afghanistan experienced before falling into the shadow of civil war and emerging into the era of the Taliban. Soviet assistance to the Marxist PDPA garnered support for Afghan fighters from the U.S., Europe, and other Arab nations, weakening the local government and laying the foundation for the rise of the anarchy. But clear purpose of this book is to inform and clarify in as simple and dispassionate manner as possible, yet without shying away such stirring issues as women’s rights and the events of September 11.
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The book is published in United States and is available on www.amazon.com as well.
thanks for adding me as a friend. Cant wait to read your books. Actually you're not very far away from where I live. Looking forward to getting to know you. I also have a love of art as well as a passion for reading. We have those two things in common. Hope you had a great New Year's.
80k in three months? Girl!! I am impressed! I can't wait to read your books, I know I am going to LOVE them! Like you, I'm addicted to the contest loop, too. I have been judging a number of contests, and there are some very talented writers out there.
I finished revisions of "The Diddikai" and submitted the full manuscript to Medallion Press. They called me this weekend...they've accepted it. "Fire at Midnight" will be coming out first, in March 2009, and then the second one sometime in 2010. Those two are the only ones I've finished so far, so I'd better get busy!
It was great to hear from you! Drop me a reminder noteo when your book comes out so I can buy it!