Female drug dealer

by Kimberly


book cover

book cover

My new novel namely; My life as a white, female drug dealer is my story and how I entered recovery.

I am a 24 year IV daily heroine and cocaine crack too recovering addict. I wanted to share my story here is chapter one;

Chapter one

What has not killed me in my life, has defined me.
My behaviors, actions and mistakes have defined me more.

My entire life revolved around, selling, buying and cooking drugs.

I never knew I had any other choice. My name is Sky.

It isn’t hard for me to remember the first time I saw drugs. It was the very same afternoon I saw a pistol, not like the standard 10 or 12 gauge shotgun Dad had kept at home. But Dad had been gone and remarried five years by then.

There was a new kid at school. He was popular, adored by all the girls, and the son of a Federal Agent for Law Enforcement, just transferred to our city. No mother and no reasons offered as to why.

I had no clue why two weeks new to school he asked me to ditch to spend the afternoon with him at his house. No one would be home and he had some cool cop stuff to show me. Nothing felt safer than hanging with a policeman’s son.

The rebellious and fearless teenager I was at 14, confidently jumped at such an invitation. I too was very popular and desired by most of the boys. I never let on to the rumors that weren’t true, specifically of me being a slut or promiscuous. I opted to say nothing.

Truth be told, I was a virgin and had no plans in giving up my secret truth by breaking a childhood oath for reasons I prefer not to speak of.

At noon, he came and got me. His name was John. It could have been any Joe, John or Jack for that matter. The situation was a reason to get out of school. I ditched school a dozen times, never caught, but also never anything to do when I did. Today was going to be an adventure, for real. Neither of our parents were the wiser, both were working, very busy and not very strict.

It was raining. I can remember, like any teenage girl, worried that my hair would be a wreck. Maybe I could ask John to use a blow dryer. Suppose exposing my vanity this soon may not be cool. Besides I was viewed as a tomboy and I had to maintain this persona to keep my friends.

Soaking wet, I entered John’s home, a huge bungalow, inner walls lined with cut logs of wood. Surprising and shocking were the number of guns, displayed in glass cases, hanging on those wood walls. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t feeling way out of my comfort zone.

It was a man’s home, justified by the lack of John ever mentioning his mother, or any form of a mother. This and the absence of any female belongings.

He pranced around telling me the history of his dad’s guns. I couldn’t hear him over my own self-consciousness thoughts that my hair was getting frizzy.

He couldn’t hold the excitement any longer to show me the rest of the home. Starting first with a bolt-lock door into the den. Inside there were huge bricks marked evidence and wads of cash stacked neatly in an open safe.

He said the bricks were his father’s confiscated drug evidence. Mainly heroin and cocaine. Not mentioning why they were there, I didn’t ask nor really cared to find out. He took a knife from the desk drawer, stabbed a grey wrapped brick, exposing powder. It was white, and John’s confident offering told me it was cocaine.

There it was. This was a twofold, potentially awkward situation. First, I didn’t know why he spooned it out and kept it on the knife. My expression surely gave up to admitting having never done this before. Secondly, if I demonstrated fear, he would surely ditch me at school for all the kids to know something, not knowing what he would also make up.

I played it cool; like I understood what he meant by asking me to take a toot. I said, “Right from the knife? Don’t you get more by taking it other ways?” He laughed and said “Trust me there’s lots here to play with”, then proceeded to snort some from the knife. I am pretty confident he did so knowing I had no clue what to do.

Without hesitation, the fearless and still innocent naïve girl in me snorted as much off that knife as my lungs could inhale. I figured I had nothing to lose, only new experiences to gain. I prayed it wouldn’t make me lose control, but to no avail, it did just the opposite.

The first sensation was that of numbness in my nose and down the back of my throat. My emotions for the first time in my life were controllable. My feelings were that of a super-being. I was happy. I was not thinking of anything else. I had no pain of the past, and surely not thinking of any event except that magnificent moment. Instantly I wanted more.

As John laughed at my approach to this powder, within 30 seconds of snorting it, something inside me changed. I knew this was the answer to my fears.

Within a minute I wanted to get higher, sustain this buzz to see how and where I could go within this world of ecstasy. This was a new and perfect world, where, anything felt possible. John was most generous in sharing his father’s work materials. He playfully invited me to come see his room. He had the entire basement of the bungalow. It was huge, even beneath the stairs exposed two secure bars.

Much less affected, I now noticed more gun racks in glass cases. These all held pistols. When asked, he said they were gifts from his dad. I paid no mind to them along with handcuffs, Billy clubs and a few Officer hats. He cranked Rod Stewart so loud it just enhanced my pleasure trip.

John was acting kinda strange, like he thought he was his father or something.

(edited for general audience)

I only know that what transpired next started without me being aware, continued for what seemed like forever, and ended too late.
All my books are available by eBook or softcover http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/lyricsingray

I can be contacted directly if you would like a free ebook at www.kimberlyswritings.com all I need is your name and email
Have a safe 24


Dear God in heaven…this is a story for you….

by: bbnix

One thing my life has shown me, over time, there are very few of those spectacular moments that truly stand the test of time.

We all have them, where the air leaves your lungs, and you cry every time you think of them….

Kimberly, and her truly remarkable writing ability, represents that kind of life changing moment for me, and I do not say that lightly.

In fact, I’m an “old guy” (at 55?) in the latter stages, the final couple classes, of a lifelong dream of a bachelor’s degree, and as an English major, no less.

I’m not special. A mechanic who always dreamed of being something important, special perhaps, so I went back to school, and my life has grown beyond my wildest dreams, to say the least. I’ve studied so much of the masters and their writing, reaching back thousands of years, and I am nothing, if not humbled by the experience.

Kimberly’s stunning ability not only represents a clear mastery of the essential skills to write at a stunningly gripping level rivaling those masters, but she single-handedly takes on the massively global, tragically neglected, and chronically misunderstood, tandem, and typically associative issues of mindless physical and mental abuse, and that darkest side of contemporary culture, drug addiction, both from a user perspective, and the dealer…all from the perspective of one preciously beautiful soul, who deserved nothing but to be unconditionally loved…


by: Rolly

Kimberly this is one of the most painful reads my eyes have come across in a long while. The journey you have written about has brought tears to my eyes. Only the eyes that have seen the path would understand. Thank you for sharing this excerpt from your most recent book. You are an amazing writer.

Often in life we are faced with obstacles. Some we create and some are created by others around us. We all are capable of stumbling and yes even falling. What happens to us when we fall is what defines us later in life. As a recovering alcoholic an addict of prescription drugs I have been clean and sober for 35 years now.

Thank you for this and what you have done in sharing with us. You are and will be a blessing to many in life. Keep writing and the 24’s will keep adding.

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