I am an avid reader with a passion for the written word that drives me to create my own works of fiction.  The styles I enjoy reading run the gamut of genre fiction (romance, sci-fi, fantasy) to literary fiction and the classics.  Any and all books I get my hands on you’ll see reviewed here every Friday.  I employ no rating system but will give examples from the book as to my reasons for liking/not liking it.  If it’s something you agree with/disagree with leave a comment!  I love discussing books as is noted by the online reading group- please feel welcome to join in the conversation.  Anything I post is fair game!

As yet I am an unpublished author working on her second novel- a more literary endeavor than my first but still character driven.  There will be more info available on current/past projects in the future on this site.

Blog Schedule:

Mondays and Wednesdays: Blurbs about writing and/or about the publishing industry.

Tuesdays and Thursdays: My serial The Vagrant– please check it out and let me know what you think!

Fridays:  Book Review

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I’d love to hear from you!  Feel free to contact me through FB or by emailing me at kimberly.anneloomis@gmail.com.


7 responses to “About

  • Jan

    I would like to suggest twitter as well as a place to let folks know about what cool work you do.

  • Jes Mauldin

    Getting a new book today…check out Daughters of Witching Hill…. Can’t wait to sink my teeth into this one. May be something that could peak your interest..

    Synposis: Daughters of the Witching Hill brings history to life in a vivid and wrenching account of a family sustained by love as they try to survive the hysteria of a witch-hunt.
    Bess Southerns, an impoverished widow living in Pendle Forest, is haunted by visions and gains a reputation as a cunning woman. Drawing on the Catholic folk magic of her youth, Bess heals the sick and foretells the future. As she ages, she instructs her granddaughter, Alizon, in her craft, as well as her best friend, who ultimately turns to dark magic. When a peddler suffers a stroke after exchanging harsh words with Alizon, a local magistrate, eager to make his name as a witch finder, plays neighbors and family members against one another until suspicion and paranoia reach frenzied heights.

    Sharratt interweaves well-researched historical details of the 1612 Pendle witch-hunt with a beautifully imagined story of strong women, family, and betrayal. Daughters of the Witching Hill is a powerful novel of intrigue and revelation.

    • kimberlyloomis

      Let me know how it is! I love a good historical novel every now and again. I currently added three more books to my library… That book I’m reading? Oh, that’s a LIBRARY book. I have a serious problem.

  • yuanestore

    Greats blog. . .happy blogging

  • Bonnie

    Love all the resources you provide in your blog! How do you keep up with it all!?

  • Glynis J. Jolly

    I need you to change my email address. I have changed ISPs. My new email addy is glynisj@frontier.com.

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