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.
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. 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.
Kim M. wrote a young adult paranormal/historical fiction book that is currently for sale on Amazon.com. 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 Amazon.com.
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. 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.