Posts Tagged ‘Kimberly Sullivan’
My very first shiny badge for Drink Wine and Be Beautiful
I am so excited to have my first short story collection, Drink Wine and Be Beautiful, releasing 26 May. To prepare for that release, I currently have my collection up on NetGalley (if you are on NetGalley, please consider requesting!), awaiting reader reviews, and I also have it out for editorial reviews. Pleased to have…Read More
Shiny new badge for my In the Shadow of The Apennines
Excited for my newest, pretty badge for my latest novel, In The Shadow of The Apennines. It’s been five months since my novel was released – but pleased to still be gathering reviews and comments from readers. Thanks so much for reading! If you read and enjoyed my novel – please, please do leave a…Read More
Drink Wine and Be Beautiful now on NetGalley!
I am ALWAYS super excited to get my work up on NetGalley – my fourth so far! But, I have to admit, I’m especially proud of my latest. I adore short stories, and for so long I have wanted to publish a short story collection. I am so, so pleased to have finally taken the…Read More
Trying to practice monogamy … in my writing!
Had you there, didn’t I? But I’m definitely speaking about writing. I always jump from project to project, so I decided to go ahead and try something new. Actually sticking with one project start to finish without looking around for the new, shiny object – and setting a timeframe for completing it. Although I do…Read More
Super excited to receive the Feathered Quill Reviewer’s Choice Book Award
Recently received the news that I was awarded the 2022 Feathered Qull Reviewer’s Choice Award for my most recent novel, In The Shadow of The Apennines. This meant a lot to me because it is the book reviewer’s selection of her favorite read for the year. You can read my Feathered Quill review here. As…Read More
Wishing you a spectacular reading & writing 2023!
New Year, New reading and writing goals. I always love looking ahead to an exciting new year in books. Every year, I set up a Goodreads challenge, and – as that year ends – I love to look back over the books I read during the course of the year. For 2023, I’ve set a…Read More
Last minute holiday shopper? Give the gift of books…
I know what I like to receive under the tree – books. Ever since I was little, I loved seeing stack of books I’d received under the Christmas tree. And that hasn’t changed at all over the years. I still love receiving – and gifting – books. To help cut down on your gift-giving expenses,…Read More
Preparing my next publication – a short story collection
I’ve been super busy as 2022 comes to a close. After my first three novels, I decided to break with routine and to publish a short story collection. I have loved writing short stories – and some of the stories in this collection have won prizes or been included in anthologies and magazines. Others were…Read More
Taking my novel, In The Shadow of The Apennines, out to meet its setting
My newest novel, In The Shadow of The Apennines, is set in modern days – in the Abruzzo mountain town of Marsicano, and in the nearby town of Pescina at the eve of WWI. While Pescina is very real, Marsicano is an invented Italian mountain town. However, it bears a striking resemblance to the real…Read More
Marking Armistice Day through WWI literature
Today is Armistice Day. The day in which the end of WWI fighting was declared at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918. I am fascinated by WWI stories. I love the era and the way society was changing at the outset of the twentieth century. In order to…Read More