Meet Author Kimberley Payne

Welcome Kimberley Payne from Millbrook, ON (1 hour east of Toronto) KimberleyPaynePhoto

What books have you written? Nonfiction books on spiritual and physical health, many devotionals, and most recently two books in the Science & Faith Matters series. The first book, Trees of the Book – Learning from God’s Creation, and the second in the series just released, Adam’s Animals – Fun Facts about God’s Creation.

Favorite colour? Yellow

 Best place you’ve visited? White sands of Cuba (well anywhere warm with a sandy beach)

Do you write better at night or day? Day. I’m not a night owl and I’m not an early bird. I’m a 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. kinda girl.

Where do you get ideas for your books? I have a real love for the Bible and my desire is to bring it alive for women and children.

One of your favourite authors? Francine Rivers

What was one of the most surprising things you learned while creating your books? That I like science! I didn’t have an interest in school for science but I’m loving the life sciences as an adult.

KimberleyPayne Adam's Animals (1) (1)  Tell us about your latest book in 30 words or less. Adam’s Animals is an activity book that introduces animals and corresponding Bible stories to children aged 6-9.

Who illustrated the work? Janis Cox, award-winning author and illustrator of Tadeo Turtle

Who designed the cover? 99Designs

Do you other projects in the works? Yes, I have a few more books in the Science & Faith Matters series…one is on weather and another is on the 5 senses.

 Give us an interesting fun fact from your latest book. Did you know that lions can go five days without drinking water?

Where can we find you and your books? KimberleyPayneTrees of the book

Amazon: http://bit.ly/adamsanimals

Website: http://www.kimberleypayne.com

Blog: http://www.scienceandfaithmatters.wordpress.com

Facebook page: www.facebook.com/KimberleyPayne.Author

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FitForFaith

 Thanks, Kimberley, and all the best.

 

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