Kimberly “Kimba” J. Dalferes is a native Floridian, but has spent the past sixteen years pretending to be a Virginian. She is a bit worried that much of her current writing focuses on public transportation and she has no rational explanation as to why this is true. Her accomplishments have included successfully threading a sewing bobbin, landing a 35 pound Alaskan King salmon, and scoring a Chinese vase at an estate sale for $1. She recently discovered that she might be related to Princess Margaret Tudor, the sister of King Henry the VIII (on her mama’s side). A proud Florida State University graduate, she often sings the Seminole fight song out loud for no reason other than she still remembers all the words. She currently lives, works, and writes in Fairfax, Virginia with her husband Greg, dog Taz, and occasionally her son Jimmy, when he is home from college.
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Welcome to Book Blogs, Kimba. You will enjoy it here. We are a very supportive group who help one another out whenever possible. Please, stop by my blog at http://scarlettrainssistersoftheheartsblog.blogspot.com/ and leave a comment . If you include your blog link, Face book and Twitter links and I’ll make sure to find & follow you to help you get started. You will find all of my links on my blog so you can do the same for me if you’d like. :) All the best to you.
You're very welcome, Kimba. Thanks for taking the time to visit irregular therapy. Glad you like my work. Looking forward to reading your post! I've checked out your blog and am now following you on Twitter. I've also liked your facebook page. If you wish to do the same for me, you'll find all kinds of links on the irregular therapy blog.
Yes. Mixed Messages is the first novel in my Malone mystery series. I'm editing the second novel, Unfinished Business, now and plan to submit it to my publisher late summer. It takes place at Christmastime so I'm hoping for a November publication date. Fingers crossed!
A crazy, southern, Irish girl? You might be interested in reading Mixed Messages. The main character, Ann Malone Kern, is of Irish descent and the name "Malone" is part of the mystery. Here's the link to the book: