If it’s your first time visiting my site – a big hello to you.
And if you’re a returning visitor – welcome back.

Depending on your preference, there may be something here to fill the need. If you love a good story, you’re in the right place! Most of my work is labeled strictly for marketing (one can’t list books without one), and just to let you know what you may find inside so you don’t grab a horror, expecting a sweet kiss.

By nature I’m a happy person, but I love dark, deep, creepy, & old/vintage/antique so there is no telling how many layers there are to uncover in my stories.

If you’d like a book suggestion, lemme know. I’m happy to guide you to the right book. My readers range from teens to over seventy, male to female and anywhere in between so give something a try. Never know what you may like.


For a more in depth on me, check out my about page.

On the books page you’ll find everything published & written, including what’s coming up. No date of release means it may be over a year until release.

Drop me a comment anywhere you like, or send me a message via the contact me page.

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Check out the blog to find in-depth articles about the story as I write, bits of my life, fun pictures I’ve taken, & psycho-analyzing of what my characters go through that I use for life inspiration too.

Below is what I’m currently editing, what was recently released, and what I have coming up.

I love losing myself in Kim Iverson’s stories. One doesn’t read a Kim Iverson book. They experience it. And I am never left feeling unsatisfied by the experience.

— Jeanie Creech

Just Released


December 23, 2020

Published on Digital

& Paperback

Official page

In Edits


Dec 31, 2020

On round 2/5

Sent to Jeanie for first thoughts

Release Date:

March-ish 2021

Official page

Next To Edit


Jan 1, 2021

On round 1/5

Getting ready to input changes from paper to digital

Release Date:

June 2021

Official page

Think these books are it? Hardly!

Click the button below to check out what else is coming, what I’m editing after the above, and everything else I’ve written.

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Narrowing down the idea

In the first part of this, I mentioned having a dream that inspired the [potential] idea for a story. Dream that turns into story idea – follow my creation of this story With that post, I mostly just left it vague, general, and all over the place. I was talking about questions to ask, ideas toContinue reading “Narrowing down the idea”


Rather than always posting to my socials, here’s some fun pics of Cheyenne. She is a Shih Tzu. Harassing her while I’m working on this outline. That hair! She needs to be my stylist. I’m trying to outline a story I’ve had done for years, but always put off rewriting. Because yes it needs aContinue reading “Cheyenne”

Discovery of an Enchantress paperback

About to hit publish on the paperback for Discovery of an Enchantress. First try = perfect. Here are some of the pictures on what it looks like. That means in the next month, it will filter out to the retailers. The blurriness is camera takers fault, not the cover itself. User error only.

Thoughts as I go

This is for my series and posts that I began the other day. Last weekend, in fact. My first post around how to generate plot, how to develop ideas was here – Dream that turns into story idea – follow my creation of this story I was thinking, I should add a couple things as IContinue reading “Thoughts as I go”

Random old pictures

Photos of my dad. If you look closely above, those glasses aren’t part of the mask. They are his. He put the mask on, then his glasses over that. lol This is a photo on the wall in my brother’s room. We have a small montage of photos and items from his Navy days. JustContinue reading “Random old pictures”


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Kim Iverson