where Kim's work has appeared
- This Old
- Focus on the
- LifeWay Living
- LifeWay Mature
- At Home
in the Upstate
- E Nation!
- South Carolina
- South Carolina
- GRAND Magazine
- KNOWN magazine
- Susie Magazine
- Jeff Goins'
Wrecked Blog, guest post
syndicated post from TheDailyGreen.com
Foodie Guide: Inspiration for Food Enthusiasts
Kim wrote 3 of CalFinders
five most popular posts
From December 2009 to March 2010
Rugs with a Purpose
Best in Creative Kitchen Island Designs
& Cozy Live/ Work Spaces
What editors and
writers are saying
love it that you are pitching stories (good ones) like crazy. You're the
first freelancer Ive worked with who has the talent, curiosity and
persistence to make a living at this.
pitched to This Old House magazine) is excellent. Interesting.
Lively. Lots of humor and personality. I hope they think so too. I loved
Lyn Riddle is Editor
of the Greenville and Spartanburg Journals and freelancer
for name brands like The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Atlanta
Journal-Constitution, Newsweek and Readers Digest, www.lynriddle.com
I love your article. I was so movedI mean tears in my eyes
moved because its exactly what every mom of teens wantscoffee
shop moments. OK, I think youre onto something
I love it and I think the editor will love it, too. Celebrate!!! Michelle
Adams is the author of dozens of books and thousands of articles in publications
like Writers Digest, HomeLife and Guideposts for Kids,
I had a
chance to read the article this week. I'm very pleased! Thanks so much
for your work and I'll look forward to doing another article in the future.
Rene Holt is the
Editor of LifeWay's Mature Living.
What readers are
.Once again, one of the best posts on the subject with amazing
you for this article. I am going to use it to create a checklist to work
through projects for my customers.
Comments on Greenville
Journal article, The Broads, a womens motorcycle group
of Greenville said,
are so excited about the article. We all are
Raising the public's
awareness can help the safety aspect. Looking forward to more of your
articles - on whatever.
Carla Zust, The Broads
always welcome to join us in whatever we're planning and like it or not,
we've made you an "Honorary Beemer Broad."
Comments on Spartanburg
Journal article, Converse Shoe Parlor, a story of a cobbler shop
Converse Shoe Parlors owner, said,
it was a great article! Alex said 6 people came in yesterday and said
they had seen it. Thanks.
Thank you again
for the time and effort to write such a descriptive and amazing article
which has certainly given Alex and me inspiration