Always a Storyteller . . .
Kimberly K. Robeson
 

The Facts

Kimberly was born in Venezuela in the summer of ’69. Her father, a sharp blue-eyed North American engineer, married Kimberly’s mother, a determined dark-haired Greek girl. When Kimberly was a year old, her parents and her brother left Venezuela and moved to Greece. From Greece they went to Borneo, to Saudi Arabia, to South Africa and along the way visited another ten or so countries. When Kimberly was twelve, her parents decided to forever root themselves in a quiet suburb in San Diego. This is where Kimberly grew up, but every summer she escaped to Greece where a loving, extended family opened their arms to her year after year.

Kimberly got a Bachelor’s Degree in English, moved to Athens, and became an English teacher. A few years later, she returned to the U.S., pursued a Master’s Degree in Comparative Literature, and became an adjunct professor in San Diego.

In 2003, Kimberly married, moved to Peru, and taught English at Colegio Roosevelt in Lima. After twenty years of teaching, the last six in Lima, Kimberly decided pursue her dream of writing novels.

Kimberly now teaches part-time at a community college while working on her two novels, Red Greek Tomatoes and Summer in Santorini. She loves living in Los Angeles, enjoys the outdoors, yoga, travel, and spending time with her husband and their three English Bulldogs: Achilles, Oia, Opa.

 

 

 

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