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Kim D

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about me

I've launched a small publishing venture, Electrik Inc, with three other children's writers. My book, St Viper's School for Super Villains will be out in May 2012.

Do take a peek at our blog and my book cover: www.electrikinc.wordpress.com

I'm sorry but i'm so busy setting up Electrik Inc that i won't be able to undertake any reviews for a little while. Good luck!


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favourite books

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon. On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan. The Time Traveller's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. Children's books - anything by Alan MacDonald. My son and I love "Oi, Caveboy!" We also love How to Train a Dragon by Cressida Cowell and all of Roald Dahl's books.

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Shawn Hendricks wrote 331 days ago

Please take a look at Widower, the manuscript I am working on at the ....

dfinch wrote 619 days ago

Good heavens, I've just seen your message from ages ago about your pu....

David Price wrote 688 days ago

Kim, It's now or never! Having completed several zillion edits, an....

kristylo wrote 703 days ago

HELLO, How are you today.my name is kristy,i saw your profile today ....

Wilma1 wrote 706 days ago

Fantastic News Kim you are inspiration to us all. You must be so exc....

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I wrote 906 days ago

Childhood obesity and soldiers returning from war and reintegrating into family life are both topical subjects at the moment, so should be on a publisher's radar. The writing is accomplished and the main character's voice is believable. Well done. Picking up on Matt's question mark over the pace, I ... view book

I wrote 1068 days ago

Dear Sandie. As promised i've read chapters 1 and 2 and am keen to read on. Ch 1/Prologue - the opening action scene worked well and i thought the pace was spot on for the readership. I particularly liked the blood thirsty spectators, the mountain that appeared to scrape the sky and the idea of th... view book

I wrote 1077 days ago

Hello Simon. I've read all the chapters you've put on the site. The story is well written and i particularly like the relationship between Liam and Amber. I smiled at, "He'd known her for less than ten minutes and already she'd punched him twice. Promising." I do think you need to get them openin... view book

I wrote 1077 days ago

Dear Steven I love the overall concept and your writing in general. I'm sure i'll see your work in print one day. But i can see that your book not having a well defined protagonist and a clear central plot from page one might be a difficult sell (if your aim is publication). I agree with one of th... view book

I wrote 1102 days ago

I feel nervous commenting on work in progress because you often don't know where a book should begin until you get to the very end. Your writing is very good, Mary. You're particularly strong on dialogue and description. I wasn't convinced by the references to films as they made me feel one step re... view book

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