Jim Killon


Jim Killon is an American born humanitarian and has been living in the Peruvian Andes since 2009. His non profit project, called Changes for New Hope, is reaching disadvantaged children living in destitution. He is also an exhibited multi-media artist, and has exhibited his work in eight venues to date, five of which were in national museums. He is the publisher and editor in chief of the monthly Changes for New Hope Humanitarian Magazine. He is a motivational and life enhancement speaker.
He has authored five other e-books including, A Gringo in Peru-A Story of Compassion in Action,Living Large, Living Deliberately,, Atheists Dont Eat Their Children, The Best Damn Book About Sales That You Will Ever Read; and The Changes That You Deserve.
Jim Killon is a recipient of the David Chow Humanitarian Award for 2017

Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I was ten years old and wrote a short story for the Archie comic book magazines which was published worldwide. I won $5.00.
What is your writing process?
I like Hemingway's advice, write drunk, edit sober. I don't get drunk but a bit lit definitely opens doors and dodges writer's block. When I have something to share, it wells up inside of me and flows out in a flurry of words that sometimes is hard to keep up typing them. I can write dozens of pages from sun up to sun down in a single sitting. When I am in "my zone" everything else fades around me and writing is the only concentration for me. I can finish a book in three weeks.
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Where to buy in print


Infringe Me? A Solution to Consider for Gun Violence in America
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 39,060. Language: English. Published: March 24, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Violence in Society
Gun violence in America has affected us all. Have we become so engrossed in the oppositions that we have overlooked a solution that is avalable to us starting today? Infringe Me? addresses the root causes of gun violence, and offers a solution that we can all live with, to save lives, to make America a safer place, without cancelling the rights or security of any citzen. If we can come together.

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