About The Author
The name Penamon is French. Don't ask! Kimberley will tell you she's from Brooklyn, New York's Farragut Community near the water which flows underneath the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. Mother is of West Indian descent (Barbados: Saint Elizabeth Village) and Father; a southern man from Oxford, Mississippi home of Ole Miss University. The High School of Art & Design, West Beth, and The School of Visual Arts are where her creative inspiration and talents was nurtured. She moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1999. She's a Humanitarian, Author, Artist, Homemaker, Publisher, and Entrepreneur who loves God, Sports and Education. When you meet her she is a sort of an enigma.
As an Urban Lifestyle Poet, her books can be found on Amazon, the Kindle Bookstore, Barnes & Noble, worldwide bookstores online and this website. These adult poetry books are non-fiction with a flare of fiction. Definitely, not for minors because of their story content. The illustrations in the books are quality stock photos from Dreamstime, Ari Burling Photography and the Author. These books are what she calls a new genre of poetry. This is why she calls them "Urban Lifestyle Poetry", which highlights people and events in urban neighborhoods. Hope you enjoy reading them, as much as she enjoyed writing them.
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Brooklyn, New York
Author's Previous Hometown | Near Brooklyn & Manhattan Bridges | Brooklyn Queens Expressway
The Farragut Community is titled after Admiral Farragut a Naval Officer. Farragut has over 1300+ members in their Facebook group and growing. They get together on Old Timer's Day and celebrate the neighborhood newbies and old school folks. Sometimes they attend picnics (everyone brings a plate of food), private yacht cruise around the borough with fireworks and dancing on board, watch television together on the Jumbotron. This happens once a year in the summer of August for two or three days in a row. Often times the New York City Police Department barricade the streets to allow "Brooklynites" to come in from miles around and across the globe. We have an ole saying, "wherever you go, there's always someone from Brooklyn". A very close knit community near the Brooklyn Navy Yard which contain several businesses.