Michelle Kidd

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Michelle Kidd

Author, Reader

Madison Heights, Va

Hello and welcome to my page. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you’ll pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee, and spend a little time here.

A little about me: I was born and raised in the heart of Virginia. I received my educated at Liberty University and married at age twenty-four. It took ten additional years before we were blessed with our first son.
 
I began writing as soon as I was old enough to hold a crayon, writing every spare moment, but I never had the courage to share my work with anyone until recently. I wrote for myself, for the sheer pleasure of it, and it continues to be my passion.
 
When I'm not scribbling in my journals or tapping away at the keyboard, I have my hands full home schooling my two boys. My husband and I will soon celebrate twenty-one years of marriage. I also enjoy reading and work from home creating memory quilts.
 
My hero is Jesus. It never fails to amaze me how He could come to Earth and live a perfect life. How could He love someone like me? He, who knew no sin, became sin and died that I might live. No one else has ever done that for me.

My AuthorStand Titles

A short story of young love and the struggle to find a heart transplant. Will she find a heart in time to save her life?  [Flash Fiction]                              
Flash Fiction Challenge: Come up with a story in 400 words or less. Here is my simple attempt at creating a snapshot of a cafe' in the south.          
Alone doesn't always have to be a bad thing, does it?   This is a short story about a woman who finds herself on her own and how she deals with the prospect.                  
Grace is missing something more than luggage, but what she finds is so much more.            
This is an older work of Flash Fiction. In 400 words or less I had to come up with a story titled: Walking the Dog. Let me know what you think.          
{Flash Fiction} Jeni has one thing on her mind: escape. Seeking to hide from the pain of a broken heart, she tries to lose herself in tropical breezes of the beach, only love may just find her, despite her best efforts.      
What does it feel like to hold another's life in your hand?  {Flash Fiction}                
 A beautiful amethyst necklace catches the eye of a young girl and leads her to places she never dreamed.    
On the run, young Beth must get herself and her young friend as far from danger as possible.  (Flash Fiction Challenge:  400 words)   
Honesty is always the best policy Joe Becker believes, but is it right to hurt the one you love? You be the judge and give me your thoughts.  
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