Hope of the Future

In a world that has grown cold and distant, and hasn’t seen a child born in a long time, there comes a female unlike all the rest, possessing the ability to give them everything they need. There are those trying to convince her to save the world, while there are others trying to destroy her, and any hope she brings. Which side will win? More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781310166396
About Kim Iverson

In this place, you’re expecting a brilliant smudge of text. Well, I'm just a woman, pursuing my dreams, hoping to live my life however I was meant to. I prefer to do things out of the box, which means for here too. No longer fitting into “what’s right,” or “how it’s done,” I'm leaving that behind.

So from me to you, I hope that my books allow you the same escape reading provided me as a kid. It brings me such happiness to take care of others around me so I'll be good if all I ever achieve is to put a smile on someone's face and show them kindness. To know I've loved courageously and shown the world that it's okay to be yourself.

If you’d love to stop in and get to know me, come by my site - kimberlysueiverson.com. You’ll find me on social networks linked from there too. I post daily questions, far too many pictures of my dogs, gardening, crochet projects, castles and antique things I love, and just try to brighten your day as much as mine. If that means being goofy, well, that’s me.

Some of my favorite writers are: Stephen King, Dean Koontz, George R.R. Martin, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, James Patterson, Michael Crichton, Anne Rice, and Keri Arthur to name a few. I only just now discovered the love of J.K. Rowling (I know, I'm late to that party!) so I'm throwing her in there too.

It's lovely to meet you. My door is always open so come on by and hang with me on the porch.

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