Author, Speaker, World Changer

"I absolutely love this book! It is definitely chicken soup for your soul. I couldn’t stop turning the pages. It is part memoir, part adventure story, and part personal and spiritual development guidebook. Do yourself a really big favor and read this book."
— Jack Canfield, Coauthor of the #1 New York Times bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul® series


A Yearlong Experiment of Living Out

1 Corinthians 13 Love

Release Date: December 7th, 2021

What is love, really?
To discover the true meaning of love, Kim crossed borders, climbed mountains, and charged headfirst into unchartered territories. 
Living love, giving love, forgiving love, her fruitful, though sometimes fearful, failing, and funny, quest answered questions and revealed love such as she had never known before.

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Cry Until You Laugh

Real Love, Real Pain, Real Funny

Kim began journaling real-life feelings and happenings after receiving a breast cancer diagnosis.

Just four months later, Steve, her husband and love of her life received a diagnosis of his own': pancreatic cancer.

Six weeks later, Kim held her love as he took his last breath.

Kim continued writing through all of it and beyond. 

Finding the good while enduring the bad, Kim has you laughing out loud while adding your tears to hers. 

This hilarious, authentic book is great for anyone facing a tough time in their own life or in the life of someone they love.


Writer, Speaker, World Changer, and Friend

Kim Sorrelle is an entrepreneur, director of a humanitarian organization, and lover of all people. Kim's work has her splitting time between her home in Michigan and the places Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

Between all of her kids and their spouses, there are entrepreneurs, a humanitarian organization director, a NASA engineer, a NASA administrator, an MD/Ph.D., and a Funeral Director. She gives all of the credit of having birthed gainfully employed taxpayers to her late husband.

Kim believes that her eleven grandkids are the bomb and will someday solve issues like social injustice, food insecurity, and sock eating dryers.
Kim loves to travel anywhere and meet new people everywhere. 
As a young child, Kim would conjure up stories with her imagination, sharing them with anyone who would listen.
The thrill of language and creation she first discovered as a child has never gone away.
Today Kim writes stories from her heart, sharing her experiences in life, in love, and her passion for serving.

Get in touch if you’ve got any comments, questions, suggestions, or just want to say hello. Kim would be happy to hear from you.

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