Kim Pearson

Kim Pearson
Making History
Making History offers a comprehensive, easy to use, fun method of exploring the times of your life against a backdrop of historic events. It helps readers to discover their place in history, remember the stories thought forgotten, and create powerful memory vignettes that will wow an audience. It takes readers on a wild gallop through recent history, asking them to answer how they made a difference, what they contributed, what they witnessed, and enabling them to share their stories with others.
Dog Park Diary: the social round of Goody Beagle
The Haiku Books of Days, a 7-book series
Eating Mythos Soup
Childish Discoveries
Adult Distractions
Creature Discomforts
The Masks on Grandmother’s Wall
Ten Reasons to Be a Ghost, and Ten Tips on How to Do It
Kim Pearson is an author, ghostwriter, and the owner of Primary Sources, a writing service that helps others become authors of polished, professional, and compelling books. She is the author of non-fiction Making History: how to remember, record, interpret and share the events of your life, Dog Park Diary (ghostwritten for a dog!), fiction Eating Mythos Soup, Childish Discoveries, Adult Distractions, Creature Discomforts, and poetry, the 7-book series The Haiku Book of Days. Her Author page on Amazon is:

She has ghostwritten (for people) more than 45 non-fiction books and memoirs, which tell the stories of a wide variety of people and cover a broad range of topics, from saxophones to finance, city histories to hypnotherapy, psychic horses to constipation, and many points in between. Her online program “Learn to Ghost” teaches others the fine art of ghostwriting. Her blog From the Compost shares her musings about the writing and ghosting life. To learn more about her books or services, visit
Living as a Ghost: how to become a ghostwriter
Writing as a Spiritual Practice
Making History: Your Life Matters

The only thing that matters is love.