Kay Doliver is the pseudonym used by Darlene Kay Oliver for her published works. Writing is her first love, but she says it has also become a part-time hobby and full-time business.
Darlene has an AA in Business Administration from Golden
West University in Huntington Beach, California, which is where she also first discovered her love of writing. She also has a BA in Human Resource Management from Bellevue University.
Darlene has over fifteen years of experience working in office administration and management and assisting executives in a variety of industries. She has also been an entrepreneur for over a decade.
After owning a large service business for several years, she started a work from-home business. Since 2010, when Darlene started her small home-based business, she has continued to grow her business and add services with information she had compiled about work-at-home opportunities. She has been a notary public, loan signing agent, field representative, secret shopper, property preservations, site inspector, collections and loss mitigations, telemarketing, wedding officiant, tutor, tax preparer, and bookkeeper to name a few.
In 2012, Darlene and her twin sister published a book titled Real Work at Home Opportunities with information they had compiled. She has continued to grow her company while also continuing her research on the subject since that time and now hopes to inspire readers with a wealth of new information on working from home with her new book. The book, Real Work From Home Jobs And Business Opportunities, will be released in the Spring of 2021. Darlene is also expanding her reach to help her audience by starting her blog and podcast to share more on work from home.
Darlene has a powerful and creative business mind and uses her positivity and tireless energy to encourage others to work hard and reach for their dreams. In her free time, she likes to write, explore, cook, travel, and spend time with her family, which includes six children.
Darlene Oliver plans to continue writing other books in the future, which may include more work-at-home opportunities and maybe some other nonfiction, romance novels, and/or children’s books. She hopes and prays that her work inspires a following through innovation and imagination. When left with lemons, do not just make lemonade. Make the best lemonade ever!