A little about me, Kim.

I worked in the cataloging department at a library in Central Wisconsin for 14 years. Before that I worked at Book World, and before that, Half Price Books. I am currently a book influencer for St. Martin’s Press. In the past I have wrote reviews for Bibliophilia, Please and Ace/Roc. So for all of my adult working life (except one year where I worked in a bank) I’ve been surrounded by books.
Yes, I have a pretty sweet life.

My not so secret love of Horror Movies make up most of the movie reviews on the blog, although I will include other genres as well. And since I enjoy drinking wine, there are some of those reviews as well. I’m hoping to start reviewing more Aldi wines in the near future.

When I’m not reading or working on this website, I’m studying herbs to become an herbalist through CommonWealth Center for Holistic Herbalism or working towards becoming a Clinical Aromatherapist (I am currently a Certified Aromatherapist at Aromahead Institute).

People ask me what I like to read, and when I tell them, “Anything.”, I don’t really think they believe me. Although I do tend to read more Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Epic Fantasies, Mysteries, Cozies, Sci-Fi, Thrillers, with the occasional Romance thrown in for variety.
If it looks interesting I will read it. Doesn’t matter if it’s Christian Fiction, Erotica, or a Children’s Picture Book.

As far as non-fiction goes, I enjoy Cookbooks, Food, Lifestyle, Health/Mind/Body usually with more of a witch or natural vibe, and Women’s History, but once again, I will read just about anything.

On this website, Amazon, Goodreads, B&N, Linkcat, Bookbub, Kobo, LibraryThing, Facebook, and Instagram is where I share book reviews.

FTC disclaimer: All of the reviews are fair and unbiased. The books that we receive whether they be directly from the publisher/author, won in a contest, given to us by a friend, borrowed from the library, or something we bought ourselves will all be given the same honest review. We do not get paid for our reviews. We do them so more people can get joy from the book or movie, and receive the knowledge to help them determine if they want to do something else with their time.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This