“Nietzsche was fond of saying that acts of love take place beyond good and evil.”
Kim Petersen is a USA Today Bestselling author of the new (and upcoming) Blood Legends series, The Ascended Angels Chronicles, and co-author of the Stone the Crows series. Her debut novel, Millie’s Angel received a gold award in the 2017 Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards.
Kim is a regular contributor for Medium publications like, P.S. I Love You, The Ascent and Curiosity Never Killed the Writer, to name a few. Her articles are frequently curated by the Medium editorial team.
I love empty beaches, summer storms, the sound of the ocean, big shady trees, music, dancing while cleaning the house and pushing myself out of my comfort zone. I love dark humour, smart sarcasm and people that don’t take themselves (or me) too seriously. Luckily, Aussies are blessed with a “she’ll be right” attitude, otherwise, I might find myself in a spot of trouble more often than I’d like.
I LOVE open-minded people, struggle to tolerate bogans, and I don’t apologise for driving you crazy 😉
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Kim talks to Kelton Reid from The Writer Files Podcast (the best podcast host ever!)
“With how our lifestyles are, and the technology, we seem to have also become more disconnected from ourselves.” – Kim Petersen
“Her latest is a foray into non-fiction titled Creative Writing Energy: Tools to Access Your Higher-Creative Mind – co-authored with colleague, romance writer Catherine Evans.”
“It’s been described as a book “…written for creatives about developing pathways to access the higher-creative mind…alternative ways…” and tools for unlocking your creativity.” – Kelton Reid
“Before you dismiss this episode as a little “woo-woo,” I assure you that we dig into the reasons behind the current shift for creatives toward alternative ways of thinking, New Age modalities, and a generation of writers looking to tune-out the noise and live more authentically.” – Kelton Reid
Guest Blog Posts
the creative penn
Every writer has strategies they use when they’re feeling blocked creatively and the words aren’t flowing. In this post, Kim Petersen shares one of her favorite ways to get back in touch with the creative muse.