I'm a writer who loves reading and writing. I've published fourteen novels and five short stories and counting. I'm a mom (my children are all grown...ish) and a proud Granny to my first grandson. 

I love history, science, and I just recently got in touch with my inner traveler when my husband and I drove across the country to our daughter's wedding. We took the slow roads, didn't plan much, and stopped when the urge took us. We took a lot of (mostly unfocused) pictures and sampled the beauty of the U.S. midwest and west. We can't wait to do it again this summer. Different states (never got to Arizona, Texas, Oregon, Washington, North Dakota... this country is huge). Even a trek through Canada maybe.

I have a special fondness for anything that helps promote literacy, as my youngest has struggled with dyslexia all his life. I am a reading tutor at the Bangor Dyslexia Center, and my middle son and I created a (free) game for Apple iTunes called Magnispies to help those with reading disabilities have some fun practicing recognizing the short vowel in one-syllable words. We hope to do more of that in the coming years, when we both have more time.
  • Location:
    Bangor, Maine
  • Joined:
    3 years ago

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2 Published Works

Featured work.

Blood Angel

Social data: 666 reads. 10 votes. 5 comments.

Description: Jamie Stone has one friend left, Amy Davidson, and she’s not sure she is his friend anymore. After all, he killed her and now her ghost, or spirit, or whatever she is, seems to be stuck visiting him in jail. Amy hadn’t been planning to die that day...

Other Works by KellyMcClymer.
The Fairy Tale Bride

The Fairy Tale Bride

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Miranda Fenster only wants to help her twin brother find his happily ever after with his true love. To e...

elieinspain posted a message to KellyMcClymer
I am loving the books you've posted to wattpad! Have you written more stories in the Once upon a wedding series?/will you be posting them here? I would love to read more of that series. Thank you for posting!!
DenaP123 posted a message to KellyMcClymer
Kelly, if you're not familiar with Irlen syndrome, please read about it at www.Irlen.com. 50% of people with dyslexia actually have the common but little known Irlen syndrome which is exceptionally correctable with special glasses.
I love your story :) the way you narrate the events, it makes the reader feel and be on the scene you've created in your wonderful mind :) though our culture is very different from the one in your story, I really do appreciate it :) you're one great writer :)