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Kim Kash
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American expat novelist living in the Middle East
American expat novelist living in the Middle East

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Read my review of this thriller set in 1970s Mallorca. Better yet, read the book!

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Thanks to the prolific Colleen Turner for hosting me on A Literary Vacation!

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Thanks, NC Reader Girl!

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Ocean City Cover-up for the Kindle is ready for pre-order now! Why pre-order? It helps the book launch on day 1 with a high Amazon ranking, which affects how Amazon displays it in searches--which leads to more sales, which leads to higher ranking. Kind of a Catch-22, eh? If you plan to order the Kindle edition, do me a solid: pre-order now! ‪#‎AuthorKimKash

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"Anyone looking for the mild-mannered lady detective usually found in G-rated cozy-mysteries won't find her here..." Thanks for the Ocean City Lowdown review, Underground Book Reviews!

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Ocean City Cover-up, the second in the Jamie August series, is ready for your pre-orders. Are you ready for her?

My work today includes interviewing a chemist about converting pollution into sustainable chemicals; editing an article about a Saudi woman whose paintings have graced the auction block at Christie's; and reviewing the audio files for two more chapters of my novel. Somehow I have pieced together my dream career. I am blown away with gratitude.

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My friend Taha is an online learning junkie. He's always suggesting interesting courses for his friends to take and somehow it seems ridiculous to tell him you don't have time--because he somehow manages always to be taking one or two, AND climbing and tutoring and working his full-time job. Anyway, point is, he suggested this class for me and I cannot resist. From the course description: Taking our best current knowledge of how our minds and language work, this course takes you through key questions of literature and reading: why do we feel anything for fictional characters? Why do we get angry, moved, irritated, annoyed or sentimental about imaginary people in imagined worlds? Why do the lives of imaginary minds living in fictional bodies seem to matter so much to readers? The answers to these questions are surprising and empowering.

The two-week course is free. Care to join me?

Hey, if you have "Kim Kash" in your circles, then won't you please add "Author Kim Kash" as well? That's where all the good stuff is. Thanks!

I need a PT virtual author assistant to tame social marketing madness & crush time-sucking admin tasks. Got the skills? Contact me ASAP.
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