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Hi! I’m Kimberly

Welcome to my bookish life! Here’s a little bit about me and what I hope to share with you.

I’ve loved books since I was a little girl. My first bookish memory was reading my Pug Reader in first grade. Since then, the library has been my favorite place. I remember looking forward to library day in elementary school and then working in my high school library during study period. Now, I visit the library several times a week, and balance reading at least three books simultaneously.

The idea of writing about books began in 2017. I participated in a summer library program where we reviewed books for points and prizes. After that summer, I felt inspired to start a blog because I loved doing the reviews for the library contest.

My first try at blogging was at My Bookish Bliss, which was a huge learning curve. However, I then decided to add book editing to my resume because I wanted to help authors make their books shine. I realized that reviewing books was my main passion, and Roaming the Pages was born.

Outside of books, I love nature and water. My favorite kind of day is reading outdoors, whether at the beach or on a deck overlooking a lake. Since I don’t live near these places, I often read at a park by one of my city’s three rivers. My dream is owning a home by a pond or lake, with a particular spot just for reading.

I’m glad you’re here with me on this journey. Let’s explore and enjoy books together on Roaming the Pages!

10 Cool Facts About Me!

  • My ultimate trip destination is Scotland.
  • I once read the Harry Potter series over and over for 6 years…and nothing else!
  • I love water, beaches, lakes, ponds, and even puddles.
  • My favorite novel is Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen.
  • I love pineapple, but never on a pizza.
  • Summer is my favorite season.
  • My love potion would contain the scent of rain on hot roads.
  • Oscar the Grouch from Sesame Street is my hero!
  • I am owned by four beautiful kitty cats.
  • I’ve lived in more than 20 locations in the state of Indiana, but never outside it.
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