From narrating school plays to writing melodramatic short stories, Kim Greer has always enjoyed telling stories that entertain and enlighten. As a fiction writer, she imagines thoughtful but flawed characters who engage and enrage readers in her stories that celebrate love, mourn societal discord, examine relationships, and prompt us to take a closer look at ourselves.
Kim’s passion for connecting audiences with a good read has bled into all facets of her life. A journalist by training, she earned her BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Virginia and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University.
For nearly three decades, she’s helped corporations, nonprofits, and others tell their stories and build their brands. Kim lives in northern Virginia with her husband of 26 years, the youngest of their three sons, and their Rottweiler, Oba.
Masked Intent: A Modern-Day Morality Play
Alexa Winston just landed the job of her dreams. But when ghosts from the pasts reappear, she'll come face-to-face with the emotional wreckage that was locked down and lay dormant for years. Told through a series of seemingly disconnected vignettes, Masked Intent examines our relationship with the truth and each other in a world where honesty and authenticity take back seat to the power of influence.