Thursday, April 9, 2009

Good Morning from Kim McDougall


Hi everyone!

Ginger was kind enough to let me mooch off her blog today. I thought I'd introduce myself before I make a few posts.

I'm an author, fiber artist and photographer. I write children's and YA fiction under my married name, Kim Chatel. My evil twin, Kim McDougall, writes dark (sometimes erotic) fantasy fiction. I have two separate websites so that I don't mix these genres up. That would be bad.

I recently took up a third pen name, Eliza Crowe for my erotic magic-realism novel, The Golden Hour. Not to confuse everyone, my legal name is Kim McDougall. You can call me Kim. Or Hey You. : ) I'm originally from Montreal, Canada, but I now live in Pennsylvania with DH, one daughter and several critters.

I have several titles that I’d like to share with you today. I brand my style as Between the Cracks Fiction. If you’d like to know why visit BTC 101 on my site at www.kimmcdougall.com

My children's site Chatel Village has the cutest homepage on the web. Every week, I add new recipes, craft ideas and book reviews.

Finally, I make book trailers. Lots and lots of book trailers. I founded Blazing Trailers to showcase this unique new promotional tool. We now have over 300 trailers listed and growing every day. Check it out at www.blazingtrailers.com

I'm going to share some excerpts from my three new releases, one under each name. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. I'd love to hear from you, so if you stop by, please leave a comment.

Leave a comment on any of my posts and you'll be entered to win one of my books! Winners will be chosen 9pm EST, Friday April 10th, 2009.

4 comments:

Pat McDermott said...

Your post is most inspiring, Kim. You're a busy lady! Nice getting to know you better, and best of luck with your "Between the Cracks" writing!

Kim McDougall said...

Thanks Pat! I stay busy to stay out of trouble...mostly.

Kim

Charlotte Anne Braden said...

Kim, You lead a very busy life. Hope your new genre of writing is as great as your children's writing.

Smiles, Char

LuAnn said...

The little village is darling! Very creative.

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