About Me

Fifteen years ago, I gleefully traded in panty hose for spit-stained sweats and enjoyed my full time position as a stay-at-home mom. When my younger child stepped onto the bus, I started working again from home, and found immeasurable joy in my hobby of writing.  Eight years later, I published my first book, Both Sides of Love.

I live on Long Island with my husband and two children. And no, no dog. Sorry.

If you’d like to contact me, please drop a line here,  email me at kimberlywenzler(at)gmail(dot)com, or visit me on Facebook.

I’d love to hear from you!

 

22 thoughts on “About Me

    • Kimberly, most people are allergic to cats, not dogs. And, actually it’s the dander they are allergic to. Anyway, I can’t really blame your husband: once you get a dog, your life no longer belongs to you. No more last minute weekend getaways, etc. Even cats need someone to come check on them. That’s why we haven’t replaced my hubby’s cats that died a few years ago. That, and we need to get our wood floors redone. We didn’t realize til they were dying that the cat box was too high for them to get all the way in. So much for my solution to now getting kitty litter all over the house! 😉 ❤ 😉 ❤
      I do miss them kitties though!
      Peace,
      Sherrie
      Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
      http://tinyurl.com/klxbt4y
      Her husband made a video & song for her novel:

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      • Hi Sherry,
        You’re so right. Although a pet would surely bring joy, we are quite used to the freedom of coming and going as we please. I grew up with cats and adore them and I do miss having one sometimes.
        Thanks so much for your comment!

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  1. Hey — we met back when Sue M brought you to our BC (Booked for Drinks) as our Guest Speaker/Famour Author 🙂 — just wanted to let you know that I LOVE
    your blog! Agree with many of your recommends/non-…have you read Glitter and Gold yet? Pat M.

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    • Hi Pat!! Thank you so much! I loved being at your meeting and often ask Sue how BFD is doing. She told me you read Glitter and Gold and liked it, so it’s on my TBR list 🙂 I’m still working on the book you read – in the process of self-publishing it. It means so much that you visited my blog and wrote me. THANK YOU! Please give everyone my best. ~K xo

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  2. Will do — we are meeting tonight! Speaking of book, while I agree that The Bronze Horseman wasa great read (potato table and all), my heart belongs to Jaime and Claire — pls tell me you h ave read Outlander series!

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  3. One last post and I will stop stalking you this morning! I am having my senior moments lately — made a few typos in my posts and can’t go back to edit, apparently…first book recommend is Glitter and Glue (not “Gold”), sorry — I’m losing it 4 kids later…:).

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  4. One last post and I’ll let you be (perils of working from home — I’m easilty distracted :))…3 things: 1., last Outlander plug — best historical fiction I ever read and if you get through her 7 novels by June you’ll be just in time for the 8th book, Written in My Own Heart’s Blood!; 2., congrats on the self-publishing — loved your book and will absolutely buy the “formal” final version!; 3., final thought — still think about that awesome crumb cake!

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  5. Hey, it’s Elyce, I met you at the Branding workshop. Couldn’t find your email. I’m reading Both Sides, I really like it. Interesting the way you have it all in present tense. I get so tangled in past, past tense – “she hadn’t had the notion until much later…” Anyway, shoot me an e-mail, there are a lot of really great workshops (on-line classes) starting in May, one of them is about psychological motivations of characters and sounds fabulous. Are you going to the Luncheon?

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  6. BTW, wanted to let you know that my MIL read LG and loved it (as I think I mentioned) and then went on the read the published version of BSOL (hope you don’t mind the abbrev 🙂 )…she was actually an early reader of the manuscript, but wanted to read the published work…and loved that too! Keep up the good “work”!

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