I started writing books many years ago when I was a single mother raising three kids. I always loved reading, and felt drawn to writing. It seemed, right from the start, that the stories were ‘given’ to me. It was fascinating meeting the people who seemed to just show up in my books, and I enjoyed reporting what was going on in their lives.
I just recently started submitting my stories as e-books. I had tried, many years ago, to get a couple of my books published, but found that while I enjoyed writing, I was not good at ‘jumping through hoops’ to get published. So I kept writing, and quit trying to get my books published.
Now that e-books are a possibility, I would like to introduce others to the people, places and events I discovered while writing. I do hope you’ll enjoy getting to know all the characters I met along the way. Some of them are quite memorable - some good and some bad - but all worth meeting, I believe.
I find I still enjoy going back and re-reading all of my books and re-acquainting myself with the many fascinating people I met on the incredible writing journey I have taken. I hope you will come to like many of them, too.
Thank you for spending your time reading this book. And please write and tell me how you feel I did – good or bad. I would really like to know. And I’d enjoy adding you to the growing list of people I’ve met through my books and because of them.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on my face book page at email@example.com, or at Smashwords
Kerry M Kelly
P. S. – For those of you who might want to know more about me: I am now married, and all four of our children have families of their own. My family has grown from four to 17, and my husband and I are enjoying all 9 of our grandchildren. I am a registered nurse who works in an asthma/allergy clinic in Spokane. Before this, I worked 27 years as an LPN on the orthopedic unit at a local hospital (And it’s at that time – when I started as a nurse – that I first felt the desire to write)
And thank you to those of you who have read - and reviewed Friends Don't. For those of you who did not agree with Katryn's choices, I hope you'll give me another chance by reading Too Late Returning. I learned a lot from your reviews. Thanks, again.
on April 07, 2014 :
Kathryn brought on her misery all by herself by lying to Julie that she liked Larry. I agree it was hard to like kathryn because she lived by rules she made up as she went, and expected everyone to know them. I almost wanted the hero to walk away because he was awesome and deserved better.
(review of free book)
on April 06, 2014 :
I liked many aspects of this book especially Kathryn and Julie's emphasis of each other before men however the extremes that Kathryn was willing to go to deny her feelings for Paul was childish and eventually annoying. Her rigidity placed her in a bad light and I almost wished she stayed alone. The lesson she didn't seem to get is that all relationships must change or they die no rules can remain absolute. An overall good clean read although I would have liked to know more about all that attraction! Oh and what is with all the marriages? Was it something in the water? LOL!
(review of free book)