Kim D Bailey

Bio: Kim D. Bailey is a published author who writes short stories, poetry, creative non-fiction, and Women’s Fiction. She is currently editing her third novel. She has also collaborated to co-edit an anthology, of which is now in the process of being assembled for print. She has been published in MORE Magazine, Firefly Magazine, Pilcrow & Dagger, Tuck Magazine, The Scarlet Leaf Review, Madness Muse Magazine, Drunk Monkeys, Sick Lit Magazine, Magnitizdat Literary, 52 Men The Podcast, and as a guest blogger on writersdigest.com on Senior Content Editor Robert Lee Brewer's blog There Are No Rules. Kim has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize Nomination by The Scarlet Leaf Review for her nonfiction piece, "I Took It Back," a true story of how she confronted the man who molested her at age eleven. Kim joined Five 2 One Magazine in June 2016 as a weekly columnist. She lives in Fort Oglethorpe, GA. She is the mother of four grown children, three boys and one girl, mother to two transgender kids, and an advocate for LGBTQ rights. Kim holds a Bachelor of Liberal Studies from the University of Oklahoma.

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  1. Once we lose heart, we lose everything. The nail on the head! It takes so much effort to push past the pain and begin healing. And through healing, somewhere we realize we lost who we were. It’s far from easy. To find that inner self id and then learn how to properly protect our hearts. But most of all, to realize our hearts are worth protecting.

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  2. Dear Kim, I´ve nominated you on my web for the Versatile Blogger Award. I´ve mentioned writers and people who have much to share, and can bring a new light to our eyes and souls. (I´m Argentinian and my main readers are Spanish speakers, but we all speak and read in English). I hope many more readers come to your pages here :-).
    Congrats! My infinite hug for you.

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  3. Hello:
    I have nominated for the prize Liebster .
    If you want to claim your prize goes through my last entry and enjoy it.


    Excuse me for my English … Google translator

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