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K.M. Jenkins
K.M. Jenkins
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 20 October
  • Member Since: Mar 2019
  • Profile Views: 573
  • Followers: 28
  • Writing:

    New Adult Romance Paranormal Romance Fantasy Horror Teen & Young Adult
BIOGRAPHY

K.M. Jenkins is a published best selling speculative fiction author who writes epic battles, forbidden romance, and tales of fantasy and adventure. She has a big love for the fantasy genre and loves dragons above all creatures. When she is not writing, you will find her running her business as a cover artist at ​KJ Magical Designs, LLC and chasing her twin boys around the house. Between the three she has epic battles throughout the day and nothing ever gets boring.

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The Assassin's Prophecy (Tales of Ferrês Book 4)

Publish Date: Mar 09, 2019

Genre: Fantasy

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K.M. Jenkins's Books

The Assassin's Prophecy (Tales of Ferrês Book 4)

The Assassin's Prophecy (Tales of Ferrês Book 4)

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Publication Date: Mar 09, 2019

Fantasy

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Bonds of Friendship (Tales of Ferrês Book 3)

Bonds of Friendship (Tales of Ferrês Book 3)

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Publication Date: Nov 09, 2018

Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

4.9 (9 ratings)

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An Elf, a Dragon, and a God's Intervention (Tales of Ferrês Book 2)

An Elf, a Dragon, and a God's Intervention (Tales of Ferrês Book 2)

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Publication Date: Sep 20, 2018

Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

5 (4 ratings)

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A Father's Protection (Tales of Ferrês Book 1)

A Father's Protection (Tales of Ferrês Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 05, 2018

Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult

3.7 (14 ratings)

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      • kmjenkins 2 months Post AdminAuthor
      • I would give up TV and facebook. I spend so much time on facebook it is crazy. When it comes to the TV I can't really stand watching it anymore. Much rather be reading a book instead or writing.
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      • kmjenkins 2 months Post AdminAuthor
      • I would say the plotting and world building notes. It is such a long process it drives me nuts. I would rather get right into the writing but then it just makes more work if you don't try to plan it out a bit before hand.
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      • kmjenkins 2 months Post AdminAuthor
      • My first series I wrote is my Tales of Ferrês series. It was a collection of short stories and later bundled into a single book. I released a new story each month and it was a trying process. I did learn to meet deadlines and stop worrying to much about how the story flows. If I ended up having to do rewrites it worked out fine because the story always turned out great. Doing the release schedule the way I did, did make it challenging but it was still fun.
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