1555 S Raisinville Rd, Monroe, MI 48161, United States
Monroe County Community College where Kimberly Blaker studied.
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On September 11, 2001, Americans witnessed horrific carnage inspired by religious extremism. As The Fundamentals of Extremism reveals, it affects those women and children in Christian fundamentalist homes who suffer severe emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. The Fundamentals of Extremism: The Christian Right in America is not just another book on the Religious Right. In this stark and troubling account of the Religious Right's vision for America, readers will come face-to-face with Christian fundamentalist goals and tactics that have long been underway. Blaker's carefully documented and compelling narrative exposes the full spectrum of issues on the Christian fundamentalist agenda.
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This handy reference guide contains a semi-exhaustive list of Easton Press books. It contains more than 3,000 entries of Easton Press titles, both in-print and out-of-print. The Collector's Guide to Easton Press Books provides numerous lists of Easton Press collections and is broken down by sets and series. It also includes many stand-alone titles as well as signed, first, and limited editions.
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Have you ever read your horoscope and it seemed so true, it had to be written for you? In Horoscopes: Reality or Trickery? you'll learn about the development and history of astrology and hear the arguments both for and against its validity. You'll also read about fascinating scientific studies on astrology and their findings. Then you can do seven fun activities and experiments to sleuth for answers to get to the bottom of whether astrology is valid or just a form of pseudoscience (fake science).
Kimberly Blaker received a certificate from the Academy for Tax Preparers in 1990. Then from 1997 till 1999, she attended Monroe County Community College.
Kimberly Blaker has been the founder and digital and creative director of KB Creative Digital Services (formerly known as Kimberly Blaker Freelance Writing Services) since October 2019. Over the past twenty years, she helped hundreds of publications and businesses with a broad range of writing and digital marketing needs through her flourishing freelance practice. In 2019, she decided to expand to help more businesses and professionals accomplish their goals. That's when KB Creative Digital Services was born. As a full-service digital marketing agency, the company helps clients in a broad range of industries achieve greater success. It offers a range of effective marketing solutions, including articles, content, blog posts, sales copy, search engine optimization (SEO), marketing and explainer videos, and ad management.
In 2003-2016, Blaker also was owner and operations and e-commerce manager at New Boston Fine & Rare Books. In this position, she specialized in e-commerce, supervisory, business development, project management, inventory management, bookkeeping, writing and content, WordPress, HTML, customer service, and other things.
Kimberly Blaker is also actively engaged in writing. In 1999-2000 he was a freelance journalist. Then she became a syndicated writer and columnist at Huron River Weekly. From 2000 she created a wide variety of business writing with expertise in search engine optimization.
It's also worth noting, that, two topics that are most important to Blaker and are reflected in most of her writings are the separation of church and state and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD).
She contributed nearly a hundred articles to magazines and newspapers, including South Florida Parenting, Connecticut Parent, Rochester Woman, Area Woman, San Diego Family, New Mexico Kids, Metro Parent, Complete Woman, San Francisco Examiner, and Los Angeles Daily Journal.
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As both an atheist and a humanist, Blaker firmly believes in both freedom of and freedom from religion, and she is deeply concerned with attempts by religious fundamentalists and the religious right to impose their views on American society through government and schools. She is equally disturbed by the controversy that was stirred and the confusion that was created in recent years regarding attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) and its most studied and effective treatment, stimulant medications.
Quotations: "My primary motivation for writing is to inform and persuade society on issues that I feel are of importance and to share my own experiences when applicable, with the hope of touching others' lives. Equally motivating is my desire to express myself and my ambition to find a way around lifelong communication struggles that have resulted from undetected and untreated attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders and from language and other processing disabilities."
Kimberly Blaker is a member of the Democratic National Committee, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, American Humanist Association, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, American Civil Liberties Union, and Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. She is also known as the founder and president of the Southeast Michigan chapter of the Freedom from Religion Foundation.
Kimberly Blaker married Terry John King but then the couple divorced. On July 25, 1991, she married Donald Blaker. The marriage produced two children, Cassandra Leigh King and Caleb Dustin.