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Let's welcome Adelaide based author K. E. Osborn. Over to her for now...

I was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia, and growing up I had a complete love for all animals. My first pet was a cat called tuppence, and I remember I used to try and dress her up in my doll's clothes; she wasn't very happy about that!  I had a love of writing throughout High School, but went down a different path choosing Graphic Design instead. It wasn't until I had a vivid dream, about a three car pile up, that the characters of my first book came to life. I can't say there was really anything that inspired me to become a writer, other my vivid dream. It all started from there. I just had to get it down on paper, and once I had it written, I kept writing. That dream has developed into a trilogy. 
I chose to write a romance because that is what I read, and what interests me. I really fell in love with the genre after reading the fifty shades series. It kind of brought me back to the world of books. It's funny how things work out. In primary school I hated reading and I would kick up a big fuss when forced to read something for school. Now I love reading, and writing especially. It takes you into a fantasy world where anything is possible, and I like to think there's always the perfect male for me in my fictional world. 

Trust Me? The Trust Me? Trilogy's name, was formed from the main character, Jeni, and her story line. She was in a very bad relationship, and her father remained absent from the time she was born. Her trust issues with men are valid, but not necessarily, the best way for her to be moving forward with her life. I drew this inspiration from my own life. I know how Jeni feels about her trust issues. Luckily, Jeni, is able to work through her issues, when she finds the love of Aiden O'Connell. 

I think most women can relate to having trust issues. I think that's why Trust Me? The Trust Me? Trilogy will appeal to many women, because they have probably had the same issues at some stage during their life. If not, then it's good to see how someone reacts to the turmoil and stress, that comes with not trusting someone you love. I sincerely hope that you enjoy reading Trust Me? The Trust Me? Trilogy, and you fall in love with Aiden and Jeni as much as I have.

Much love,
K E Osborn xoxo


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27 comments:

  1. KE, you've gotten some terrific reviews on Amazon, and your book sounds terrific. Good luck! I hope you sell a bazillion copies!

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    1. Hi Susan,
      Thanks so much, I hope you'll like my book. I agree I have received some fantastic reviews and I am very humbled by them all.
      Oh, and I hope I sell a bazillion copies too! lol

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  2. I agree - so many women have trust issues. Sounds like you've got a great story!! Good luck with it! :)

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    1. Hi Jemi,
      Thanks, I think the story is great. I hope you enjoy it when you read it. Trust issues can be quite difficult for some women to overcome, and I believe my story highlights that trust and love are intertwined.
      Thank you for your support.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  3. Definitely get the trust thing! And I love the name Tuppence for a pet- I'll have to remember that one. Thanks! ;) And congrats on your book!

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    1. Hi Leandra,
      Thank you for your support. I hope you get the chance to read my book. We found Tuppence at a Pet Shelter and adopted her. She lived to a ripe old age and was a much loved member of our family, and yes, it's a great name, lol.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  4. Nice to meet you, K.E. And Tuppence is a good name for a cat!

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    1. Hi William,
      It's nice to meet you too. I hope you get the opportunity to read my book. I agree, Tuppence is a great name for a cat. She had a very long coat, and a happy disposition.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  5. I can certainly identify with everything your book is about K E and I'm really looking forwrad to finding our how a car fileup ends up being a Trilogy.

    Nas, you thoughtful comments are so appreciated at my blog and thank you for intrducing us to Trust Me....

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    1. Hi Wendy,
      I think most women identify with trust issues. Jeni doesn't notice how handsome Aiden is, when he runs his Aston Martin into the back of her car. Aiden likes her feistiness, and pursues her after the accident. Her trust issues come from a previous boyfriend, and her absent father. From there the trilogy was born. Aiden and Jeni are taken on a journey, forcing her trust issues to spark as they fall in love. I hope you enjoy my book.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  6. Hey K.E.!!! so, trust, yeah! that is such a sore spot for some of us women, but how about you bandaid that by picking me for the book! i SO wanna read this! even the cover is awesomesauce!

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    1. Hi Tammy,
      Thank you so much for your awesomesauce comment, it was only recently that one of my very close UK friends mentioned this to me. I had to ask her what it meant, being Australian and all. Us Aussies use lots of slang, but that word was a new one for me!

      I hope you get a chance to read my book, and I look forward to any comments or reviews that you may have about my it.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  7. Great to meet you, KE. I'd be happy to have some book worthy dreams like that :)

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  8. Hi Shelley,
    Dreams are a funny thing, they can be good/great or really bad, in this case it was a great dream, and I had to get up in the middle of the night to write it down on paper, so in the morning I didn't forget. That's how this trilogy was born.

    It's great to meet you too, and I really hope you get to read my book.

    Much Love,
    Kimberly xoxo
    K E Osborn

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  9. "Trust me," are two words I never believe!

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    1. Hi Sherry,
      I agree, the words trust me, can have serious connotations. In Trust Me? the main heroine has serious trust issues, and she tries hard to overcome them as the story unfolds. I've never been one to say the words "trust me" to anyone as they generally mean the person saying them can't be trusted. I hope you enjoy my book.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  10. It was so fun to learn more about Adelaide. I have always been fascinated by dreams and think they are an excellent source for inspiration! I think trust is something a lot of people struggle with. Wishing her the best of luck!
    ~Jess

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  11. Hi Jess,
    Adelaide, is a smaller city in the state of South Australia. Unlike Sydney or Melbourne, Adelaide is quieter and picturesque.

    My dreams certainly seem to be an inspiration for my books. They are usually very vivid, and once I wake I need to get up and write down my thoughts.

    I hope you enjoy my book.

    Much Love,
    Kimberly xoxo
    K E Osborn

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  12. Hi Nas and K.E.,

    K.E., it was fun learning about you! Best of luck with the Trust Me? Trilogy!

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  13. Hi Maria,
    Thank you, I am glad you had fun learning about me. I hope you enjoy my book and let me know what you think :0)

    Much Love,
    Kimberly xoxo
    K E Osborn

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  14. Arrr! Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day, Nas and K.E.! Yeo-heave-ho and a bottle of rum! Cheers! Both babies are waking up, so me be on me way, me hearties!

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    1. Hi Lyn,
      It's always good to be talking like a pirate arrr! Give those babies a hug from me and I hope you enjoy my book.

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  15. Hi KE,

    Your book sounds terrific. Good luck! I hope you sell a million copies!

    All the best!

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    1. Hi Kelly,
      Thank you so much, I hope I sell a million copies as well lol. I hope you enjoy my book. Let me know what you think of it when you're done :0)

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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  16. This sounds realistic. I know women who have both father and trust issues.

    I'm pleased to meet the author.

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    1. Hi Medeia,
      I am pleased to meet you too :0)
      It is realistic, the main character Jeni, is loosely based on myself and my trust issues with men. So I can see how others would relate to her as well :0)
      I hope you enjoy my book :0)

      Much Love,
      Kimberly xoxo
      K E Osborn

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