About Kim Treffinger:
Kim Treffinger was the daughter of a military father and her family moved frequently during her childhood. She lived across the US from Hawaii to Philadelphia, and experienced a variety of American culture. From the age of 7 she became aware of spiritual experiences that followed her throughout high school. With her frequent moves she kept a diary and it later evolved into dream journals. Recording her first psychic dream at age 14, she later had dozens come true. During an 8 year period of intense spiritual growth she meticulously recorded her dreams with sometime as much as 10 pages a day. She was married to a skeptical atheist and she set out to try to prove there was more to reality than he was willing to believe. The family was stationed in Okinawa Japan for nearly three years and experienced contact with dead soldiers on both sides of the war. After returning to the states, her marriage inevitably ended. She stopped writing in her journals and packed them in boxes where they sat for years. Meanwhile she developed her art and photography work. Ms. Treffinger’s children are grown and she lives in San Diego, CA.
What inspires you to write?
Spiritual experiences and dreams inspire me. I know I have information to share that may help others who are starting on a similar path.
Tell us about your writing process.
I am probably a combination of outliner and seat of my pants writer. I had a rough idea of what I wanted to write, and it evolved as I went along.
What advice would you give other writers?
I am very new to this. I only began this past Spring and my book has only been available online for about a week.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I talked with a couple of extensions of publishing houses that assist in self publishing, but I wasn’t happy with the cost. So I did everything I could do put it together myself. I did the entire book cover myself. I did find the website www.fiverr.com very helpful for book formatting, that was very quick and reasonably priced.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
It seems that book publishing is headed online primarily.
What genres do you write?: spiritual
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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