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Tompkinsville author's 3rd novel explores right to reproduce

Tompkinsville, KY - Kimberly R. Bartley describes her latest novel, Go Forth and Multiply, as "mildly dystopian." It's a departure for the Christian author, whose two previous works are Christian fiction with elements of romance, and she's hoping readers will join her in pondering life and love from a different angle.

Go Forth and Multiply is available on Amazon and at select locations in Southcentral Kentucky, where the author resides with her family. In addition to writing, Kimberly Bartley enjoys reading, making quilts, and teaching.




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New book from Tompkinsville author Kimberly Bartley



2018-09-16 - Tompkinsville, KY - Photo courtesy the author.
Kimberly R. Bartley describes her latest novel, Go Forth and Multiply, as "mildly dystopian." It's a departure for the Christian author, whose two previous works are Christian fiction with elements of romance, and she's hoping readers will join her in pondering life and love from a different angle.

Go Forth and Multiply is available on Amazon and at select locations in Southcentral Kentucky, where the author resides with her family. In addition to writing, Kimberly Bartley enjoys reading, making quilts, and teaching.

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