Freshman Kimberly Freeman '25 Speaks about Writing a Novel

As an Independent Study class this semester, MBS freshman Kimberly Freeman ’25 has been working on writing her own novel with guidance from Head Librarian Erinn Salge. Last Friday, Kimberly spoke about the writing process and answered questions from a large group of students and faculty in Kirby Chapel.

For her final presentation, Kimberly was interviewed by Mrs. Salge in an informal conversation-style format.  She read an excerpt from her book, discussed the creative process and then fielded questions from students and faculty.

Kimberly’s work is the first book in a fantasy trilogy. She hopes to continue working on the series next year through the Interdisciplinary Concentrations Program (ICP) Arts & Innovation cohort.

“She did an amazing job and there was a packed house of students and faculty to support her work,” said Mrs. Salge. “I’m really proud to be a member of the MBS community today.”


 

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