Kim Golden

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Kim Golden

About Me

I grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and spent most of my summers in Smithfield, Virginia.

I first realized I wanted to be a writer while attending the George Washington Carver Highschool for Engineering & Science--yes, there was a time when I wanted to be an architect, at least I thought I did. Then one day I just couldn't take the boredom of another chemistry class and decided to write a novel. It was passed around to all of my classmates, who loved it. I did this a few more times and realized I had absolutely zero talent for math, science or architecture. I was much better at writing so I focused on that when I went to university.

In 1995, I chucked living in the US for the good life in Sweden with my Swedish husband.

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Books 13
Member Since Jul 2016
Profession Copywriter/Author
Country United States
Born 3 January, 1970
Genre Fiction, Romance

Kim Golden Books

Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story - part four Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story - part four Amazon View Detail
Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story - part three Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story - part three Amazon View Detail
Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story - part one Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story - part one Amazon View Detail
Choose Me: a novella Choose Me: a novella Amazon View Detail
Maybe Baby: special edition (Maybe...) Maybe Baby: special edition (Maybe...) Amazon View Detail
Linger: a short story Linger: a short story Amazon View Detail
Loving Black Men: An Anthology Loving Black Men: An Anthology Amazon View Detail
Maybe Tomorrow: a Maybe... novel Maybe Tomorrow: a Maybe... novel Amazon View Detail
Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology Hot on Ice: A Hockey Romance Anthology Amazon View Detail
Maybe Baby Maybe Baby Amazon View Detail
Maybe Tonight Maybe Tonight Amazon View Detail
Maybe Forever (Maybe..., #3) Maybe Forever (Maybe..., #3) View Detail
Snowbound Snowbound View Detail

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As equality increases, so does the number of people struggling for predominance. Mason Cooley

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