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2009 Golden Heart winner for Series Contemporary, Kim Law spends her days in the world of information technology and her nights and weekends penning small-town and sexy contemporaries. She lives in middle Tennessee with her husband, two dogs, and two cats who make a game out of leaving hairballs on only her stuff, and is looking forward to the release of her debut novel, coming October 2012.

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Kim's Fun Facts

Ruby Nickname:
Ruby Belle

Hometown:
Born in small-town Kentucky, currently living in small-town Tennessee

Age:
40

GH Year(s)
2009

Completed Manuscript(s)
5

Genre(s):
Contemporary

Started Writing:
Completed first story at age 11. Highlights Magazine had no interest in any of my stories so I took some time off and didn’t really get started again until 25 years later.

Day Job:
Cubicle rat in an IT department. I’m a programmer turned project manager.

For Fun:
Read many of the books I now rarely have time for because I write. Also enjoy traveling and visiting new places.

Blog Posts from Kim

A Quick Guide to our Writing Sprints!

Are you ready for some sprinting???? Woohoo! I hope so! I know I am. So okay, here’s the deal. I thought I would jump in here and do a real quick how-to for Ruby sprinting. Many of you joined us in previous years (and I can’t wait to sprint with you again!), but I know […]

Ruby Release: 2 for 1 – Liz Talley and Kim Law

Ah…2014. Welcome! It’s a lovely year already, isn’t it? And I don’t say that simply because both Liz and I had a book come out yesterday. Though we did. And we both did little happy release day jigs. I suspect mine was more entertaining, though, because I did mine in my pajamas Because yeah, that’s […]

Building a Self-Published Multi-Author Anthology, with guest Trish Milburn

So I have this friend. And she writes good stuff. A lot of it. And I asked her to come talk to us today. Yes, I’m clearly a writer, aren’t I? Such a way with words. Okay. Enough screwing around. My friend (and super great author), Trish Milburn, recently self-published a multi-author anthology with a couple […]

Ruby Reprise – First Page Reads

It’s well past midnight and my post for the day isn’t done. Therefore, I’m bringing out an oldie but goodie. This post was originally published in 2010, but is still just as relevant today. I hope you enjoy… ********* Recently I had the pleasure of sitting in a session of first page reads, hearing feedback […]

A first look: RWA conference from a newbie’s perspective

One of the best times of the year for a romance writer is July and the national RWA conference. I’ve been several times myself, but this year I got the pleasure of rooming with a newbie to conference. I’d been looking forward to this quite a bit because my roommate (and close friend) has down […]

Street Teams: The Nuts and Bolts

I’m sure you’ve all heard it . . . street teams are “the thing” right now. Everyone is getting one! But how do you start one? And what do you do with it when you get one? I’m far from an expert, but I’ve been watching and listening and playing around with one on my […]

Skulls and Teeth and Death, oh my!

This last weekend I had the great opportunity to sit in a workshop with Dr. William (Bill) Bass, the founder of the original Body Farm. For those who may not be aware of the term, a Body Farm is a research facility where human decomposition can be studied in a variety of settings. The original body […]

So You Want to Write a Serial…

Since I first contracted to write a Kindle Serial for Montlake, I’ve taken many questions about the process. I can understand. I asked a lot of questions myself before I ever agreed to do one. And then I learned a whole heck of a lot more as I wrote my first one. I’ve just agreed […]

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