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I’m Kimberly Garrett Brown. Writer. Editor. Photographer. And this is a taste of my creative life. Grab your favorite beverage and let’s talk writing, photography, and creativity.

Hello!

I’m Kimberly Garrett Brown. Writer. Editor. Photographer. And this is a taste of my creative life. Grab your favorite beverage and let’s talk writing, photography, and creativity.

Why I Write.

I write to clear my head.

As my hand moves across the paper, the world’s distractions are filtered out, priming the pump for my own thoughts.

Writing is a safe place to express what I’m thinking honestly, boldly, and unapologetically. It gives me space to process my experiences as I explore my world. It leads me to a deeper understanding of past hurts and the discovery of new truths.

I write to honor the woman God created me to be. To tap into my wisdom and power. To comfort and support.

I write to give voice to the little girl inside of me who often feels silenced.

I write to empower.

But more than anything, I write because words have the power to heal, nurture, and inspire.

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. 

– Maya Angelou

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.

– Maya Angelou

Read my newest Photo Journal post:

COVID Cooking (my inner chef)

I love to cook. Not in the mom-what’s-for dinner way, but with flavorful and colorful ingredients, a chef’s knife and beautiful plating. So, a few weeks into the...

Finding Beauty during the Quarantine

The state of Florida had opened up restaurants, but my husband and I still felt leery about going out. We talked about going to the beach for a sunset picnic. We would...

My newest Photo Journal post:

COVID Cooking (my inner chef)

I love to cook. Not in the mom-what’s-for dinner way, but with flavorful and colorful ingredients, a chef’s knife and beautiful plating. So, a few weeks into the...

Finding Beauty during the Quarantine

The state of Florida had opened up restaurants, but my husband and I still felt leery about going out. We talked about going to the beach for a sunset picnic. We would...

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