Who's that girl?
My bio: Kimberly Jayne writes quirky romantic comedies with characters that leap off the page, demand to crash on your couch, and control the remote. She's spent most of her life relentlessly correcting other people's grammar until at last she relinquished her red pen and set to creating her own riveting (and correctly punctuated) worlds where the hilarious is tinged with complexity and the dramatic is rife with irony. She has been, at various times in her life, a small business owner, a mother of four, an amateur cat wrangler, and a professional editor. She is hard at work on a dark fantasy epic due to hit a bookstore shelf near you in the summer of 2019.
A word from me:
I have been making up stories since I was five, when I scribbled on my grandfather’s notepads my first tall tale about pigs flying. Yes, I started that shtick. You’re welcome. Since then, I’ve written just about everything and for various websites and clients, including humor features for Playgirl Magazine. That was fun. I was also a cast member in the 2011 production of Ann Imig's Listen to Your Mother Show in Austin.
My romantic comedies are not genre romance; rather, they're sassy stories about modern relationships, which happen to include some spicy romantic elements—and don't forget your hanky. I hope you enjoy them, and I would love to hear what you think.
My feelings about writing can be summed up in a favorite quote from Robert Heinlein who quipped, “Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of, but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards.” My thoughts may not always be clean, but my hands are.