Kamryn Adams is a screenwriter, author, blogger, and Christian Lifestyle Personality whose books, articles and media content align with her mission to help people live satisfying and purposeful lives in Jesus Christ. Her debut novel, "Par for the Curse" (2009) was awarded at the New York Book Festival, Baltimore Book Festival and considered for an NAACP Image Award in literature. She writes both fiction and non-fiction to help enhance the lives of her readers and inspire them to let their lights shine.
Kamryn started writing in wide-ruled, wire-bound notebooks as a young girl and continued to privately create stories through her adolescence. In college she wrote a short story called "The Pink Bow" about a young girl raised in an abusive home. The paper caught the attention of her English professor who encouraged her to maintain a life-long love of writing. Though her stories are not autobiographical, she writes with an authenticity that connects readers to healing and inspiration for their own lives.
She loves reading, writing, dancing and traveling abroad. She hates exercising and reality TV. She also has a serious addiction to word games. A self-proclaimed "Bible Nerd", Kamryn is a bible study teacher at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Central New Jersey.
Before writing full-time, Kamryn spent nearly two decades as an award winning executive business leader for both Fortune 50 and private equity firms. She was formally educated at the University of Kentucky (Chemistry/Pharmacy) and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University (Marketing). She earned her coaching certifications under the instruction of Master Certified Coach, Patrick Williams, at the esteemed Institute for Life Coach Training.
A mompreneur with two sons, she uses the same tools and techniques to balance her own life as she guides her clients to an intersection of purpose, passion, satisfaction, and success.