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Rae’s Website: www.kimberlyrae.com
E-mail: contact @ kimberlyraeinfo.com
Facebook Page: Human Trafficking Stolen Woman
Twitter: @KimberlyRaeBook

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Award-winning author and speaker Kimberly Rae lived in Bangladesh, Uganda, Kosovo and Indonesia before Addison’s disease brought her permanently back to the US. She now lives at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband and two young children, where she writes and trains on fighting human trafficking. Rae has been published over 200 times and has work in 5 languages. Her series of suspense/romance novels on international human trafficking (Stolen Woman, Stolen Child, and Stolen Future) are all Amazon bestsellers, as is her new book on trafficking in small-town North Carolina (Shredded), and several of her books on living joyfully despite chronic illness. Find out more at www.kimberlyrae.com.

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Kimberly Rae lived in Bangladesh, Uganda, Kosovo and Indonesia before beginning her work writing and training on how to fight human trafficking both in the US and worldwide. She has been published over 200 times and has work in 5 languages. Her novels on international human trafficking set in India (Stolen Woman, Stolen Child, and Stolen Future) are all Amazon bestsellers, and her newest novel, Shredded, deals with trafficking in small-town North Carolina.
 
Rae currently lives at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband and two young children. She says, “People care and want to make a difference. I love equipping them with the tools and information they need to change the world.”
 
Find out more at www.kimberlyrae.com.

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Amazon bestselling author Kimberly Rae lived in Bangladesh, Uganda, Kosovo and Indonesia. She rafted the Nile River, hiked the hills at the base of Mount Everest, and even ate cow brains just to say she’d done it!

Rae has been published over 200 times and has work in 5 languages. Her articles have been published in BRIO/BRIO & Beyond, Proverbs 31 Woman magazine, Mature Years, Diabetes Health, Sisterhood, Women of the Harvest, Clubhouse Jr., Keys for Kids, Insight magazine for teens, Standard, Encounter, and Woman Alive, the only Christian magazine for women in the UK. She writes regularly for Union Gospel Press and Regular Baptist Press.

Rae’s series of Christian suspense/romance novels on human trafficking (Stolen Woman, Stolen Child, Stolen Future) are all Amazon bestsellers. She also has a non-fiction series on living joyfully with chronic health problems, a new fiction series for teens on trafficking (India Street Kids Series) and a series of books for kids showing them their worth to Jesus (I Am Loved Series).

Rae has been interviewed on radio shows, newspapers, and on television. She loves to help people live joyfully despite chronic illness, learn how to fight human trafficking, and know their worth so they can change the world.

Rae’s Website: www.kimberlyrae.com
E-mail: contact @ kimberlyraeinfo.com
Facebook Page: Human Trafficking Stolen Woman
Twitter: @KimberlyRaeBook

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Long Bio:

Award-winning, Amazon bestselling author of 20 books, Kimberly Rae loves to write stories full of romance, suspense, and making a difference. She has been published over 200 times and has work in 5 languages.

Rae lived in Bangladesh, Uganda, Kosovo and Indonesia. She rafted the Nile River, hiked in the hills around Mount Everest, and tried cow brains just to say she’d done it! She now lives in North Carolina at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband and two young children.

Rae’s 3 books in her STOLEN SERIES on human trafficking (Stolen Woman, Stolen Child, Stolen Future) all are Amazon Bestsellers.

Since the release of her trilogy on human trafficking, Rae has become a sought-after speaker and trainer on the topic. Recognizing the lack of books about slavery and trafficking that focus on those who are making a difference rather than glorifying the evil or being overly graphic or despairing, she has also since created a series on modern day slavery for teens and pre-teens (Capturing Jasmina, Buying Samir, and Seeking Mother), and recently completed a resource for adults to help train children to recognize and avoid childhood sexual abuse (I AM SAFE), a major risk factor in childhood and adult exploitation. Printable handouts and other resources, as well as autographed books, are available on her website, www.kimberlyrae.com.

“People out there care and want to make a difference,” Rae says. “I love getting to help them do that.”

Since Addison’s disease brought her permanently back to the US, Kimberly’s created a series on living joyfully despite chronic health problems. Though Rae could find deep, heavy books on chronic illness, she wanted a book that was funny and encouraging. When she could not find one, one night when she couldn’t sleep from her medication, she started writing one! “I want my Sick & Tired series to give empathy, encouragement, and a little practical help,” says Rae. “When you’ve had health problems for years and years, you just want somebody to say ‘It stinks, you’re not alone, and here’s a funny story to help you get through your day!'”

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Media Pages:

Stolen Woman Media Page

Shredded Media Page

Capturing Jasmina Media Page

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