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Kim M

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Last Login 10/3/2016
Location Shepherd, MT
Education Some College
Status Available
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Summary of Experience
With so many voices out there demanding to be heard, you need something special. You need something that puts you ahead of the pack and breaks free of all that extra noise. You need writing that sings. Kim M. has studied with AWAI, the Institute of Children’s Literature and Long Ridge Writers Group. She has over 15 years of experience as a writer including copywriting, blogging, technical writing, articles, landing pages, web copy, e-mail and snail mail communications, ghostwriting and novel writing. She has helped many businesses and writers say what they needed to say succinctly and precisely. Kim M. is a versatile writer who is more than ready, willing and able to help you with all your writing needs.
Kim M. works with individuals and companies alike on short-term and long-term projects, whether that be ghostwriting a novel, or finding the right words to make that boring tech copy stand out and be understood by all. She is a versatile writer and tailors her writing to fit what the clients need and want.
Kim M. is interested in anything to do with writing, challenging herself to find the best way to say something and striving to give even the most boring subject personality and life. When she isn't writing she can be found studying and striving to keep up on all the latest information and techniques that pertain to writing.
Association Memberships
SCBWI Kim M. joined the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators to connect and network with others in this field. She has found it a valuable membership, keeping her up to date on writing workshops, publishing trends and keeping her connected to agents, publishers and fellow authors in the ever changing world of children's lit.

Writing for Magazines Institute of Children's Literature
Kim M. earned her certificate after almost 24-months of focused study learning the fine art of writing content for magazines. She learned how to paint a vivid picture of an antelope using only words to describe what she saw; she learned how to mix all five senses into a written piece to pull the reader in and let them experience what she had experienced. The final phase taught her how to craft a query letter and target magazine markets that might be a good fit for the pieces she had written.

Beyond the Basics: Creating & Selling Short Stories and Articles Institute of Children's Literature
Kim M. earned her certificate after 12-months of study learning the fine art of creating and revising articles (both fiction and non-fiction), crafting query and cover letters, and reading magazines to get a feel for voice, tone and style. Then, with careful guidance, she learned how to target specific magazines and sell them her work.

Writing Children's Books: The Craft and the Market Institute of Children's Literature
Kim M. earned this certificate after 18-months of rigorous study where she pitched several book ideas and wrote the one her instructor settled on. She wrote outlines, character profiles, scenes, and then moved on to write an entire book complete with cover/query letter, synopsis and possible markets to pitch and sell to.

Shape, Write, and Sell Your Novel Long Ridge Writers Group
Kim M. earned her certificate with Long Ridge after 18-months of intense study where she outlined and wrote the first half of a fictional novel, created a query/cover letter and synopsis to send to a publisher, and then researched and found possible markets for it. Her instructor was so impressed with her work that she recommended Kim M. to a specific agent.

Projects by Industry

Kim M. not only created choreography and performed as a dancer with Spiral Skies Belly Dance Troupe, but she also handled some of their external communications with other area dancers, secured grants and free publicity, obtained fire permits, plus helped create press releases, articles, blog posts, introduction speeches and web content. When time allowed, she would help edit writing generated by other members of the troupe.


Kim M. worked as a content writer and editor for a technology company called EOSRemote based in Nashville, Tennessee. Her main job was to edit any errors she found and to give the pre written content a more relatable voice and style. She found the biggest challenge, but one she could do by asking some questions, was to bring the technical jargon down into an easy to read vocabulary that even the most technologically challenged individual could understand.


Kim M. was the Billing Martial Arts writer for an electronic publication/news site. Besides being a black-belt herself in Kyuki-Do, she traveled around town and interviewed students, instructors and covered events that represented all the styles to be found in Billings and the surrounding area. She generated about three articles per week with supporting photographs and uploaded them all, along with backlinks, to her page on the site.

Projects by Asset Type
Newsletter Content

Kim M. volunteered her services as a newsletter article writer for Cub Scout Pack 318 in Shepherd, Montana. Her main job was to generate articles to be published in the monthy school newsletter. These articles would help let the community know what the pack had been up to and what their future tasks were. It was a great platform to announce any charity fund-raisers, public events or recruitment dates and times.

Direct Mail

Kim M. was responsible, while she was with Spiral Skies Belly Dance Troupe, for letting dancers who had auditioned to perform in one of the Troupe's largest shows know that they had not been accepted. It was a direct mail letter that had to be a kind and tactful rejection. Kim's letter did so well at quelling hard feelings that the Troupe still uses it.


Kim M. wrote a young adult paranormal/historical fiction book that is currently for sale on She also ghostwrote two books for a client and had both of them done in five months as per the client's request. One book was 25,000 words, the other 51,000 words and both were adult works of fiction in the paranormal/romance genre. One of them is currently for sale on


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