Join us to celebrate the release of the last book in local author, K. E. Mullin's ICE (In Case of an Emergency) Series!
The series follows retired Navy veteran Chloe Daniels and new friend Detective Anita Johnston as they encounter an increasingly dangerous terrain of friends, family, and drug cartels. Nothing is what it seems.
K.E. Mullins is retired from the Navy and currently works as a Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Instructor in Gainesville, Florida. She graduated from National University with a MBA in Finance and University of Central Florida with a Major in Marketing. Ms. Mullins is a Jacksonville, Florida native and has enjoyed reading and writing since her early childhood. She began her writing career while in the Navy by venturing into poetry. Her first poetry piece, “My One Last Cent,” was published in a literary journal, “Amistad” in 2007 at Howard University. In addition to writing poetry, Kimberley has done spoken word venues in Urban Grind, Atlanta, GA, Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C., and the Thomas Center, Gainesville, FL. Currently, Ms. Mullins has published a book of poetry, “Thinking Aloud: Dimensions of free-verse” and her fiction novel, “The Friends and Family Connection: Get Unplugged”, both are available at Third House Books.
Learn more about K. E. Mullins here: https://www.kmullins.net/