Kimberly J. Dalferes
Author and Columnist Kimberly "Kimba" J. Dalferes is a native Floridian who pretends to be a Virginian. "I Was In Love With a Short Man Once" was her first published book (now available as an audiobook). Her second, "Magic Fishing Panties," was released August 2015. Her accomplishments have included successfully threading a sewing bobbin, landing a 35 pound Alaskan king salmon, and scoring a ceramic sangria pitcher at an estate sale for $1. A proud Florida State University graduate, she often sings the Seminole fight song out loud for no reason other than she still knows all the words. Dalferes currently divides her life between Fairfax and Smith Mountain Lake, VA accompanied by husband Greg and Bonz the cat. Her humor column - "Dock Tale Hour" - has been featured in Laker Magazine since 2014. She's also written for other diverse publications such as The Roanoke Times, Southern Writers Magazine, Hippocampus Magazine, and the Erma Bombeck Writer's Workshop. A current and card-carrying member of "Club Fifty," she's often found hanging out on her blog "The Middle-Aged Cheap Seats" where midlifers come to sit, laugh, and "occasionally" drink tequila. She's also had a limerick published in the Washington Post and vehemently believes this is a legit publication cred.
I Was in Love with a Short Man Once
- And Other Tales from a Crazy Southern Irish Gal
- By: Kimberly J. Dalferes
- Narrated by: Amanda Newcomb
- Length: 6 hrs and 56 mins
I Was in Love with a Short Man Once is a collection of stories written from the perspective of a crazy Southern Irish gal. Follow her as she reflects on growing up as a child of limited means in South Florida; managing a self-financed college education; and more....
Well worth a credit!!
- By everrocc on 06-20-19
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Regular price: $19.95