Rebecca Romney is a rare book dealer, working for Honey and Wax Booksellers. She buys, researches, catalogs and sells rare books for a living.
She is better known as a former manager at Bauman Rare Books, the author of Printer’s Error: Irreverent Stories from Book History with J.P. Romney, and the Rare Book Specialist who evaluates books on Pawn Stars, a History Channel show.
The book dealer is also a member of the Grolier Club, the Rare Book School Scholarship Committee and a Baker Street Irregular.
Rebecca accumulates her net worth through her career as a book dealer, and it is estimated that the average salary of a book dealer is around $40K per year.
Rebecca Romney Married To Husband
Rebecca is married to J.P Romney, a historical researcher and the author of the young adult novel, The Monster on the Road is Me.
J.P taught English in the small mountain town of Hidaka through the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program.
Just like many others, Rebecca found the love of her life who has similar interests as she does. Both Rebecca and her husband are book nerds whose lives revolve around each other and most probably around the library and bookstores.
She even bought books worth $100 for herself on her husband’s birthday month of July. Not only her, but her husband also gifted her a book on 17 November 2015.
Rebecca Romney gets a gift from her husband on 17 November 2015 (Photo: Rebecca Romney's Twitter)
The couple has been married for over a decade now, and they have two children together. They live in Pennsylvania with their children and enjoy their family time together.
Furthermore, Rebecca seems to have a weird sense of humor as she mentions telling her daughter that she can’t remember being a baby because they (Rebecca and her husband) ate her brains every night.
And it might be possible that her children love reading as well, but any details about her personal life can be confirmed only by Rebecca herself.
Her Wiki-Like-Bio, Age
Born in Idaho, the USA in 1985, Rebecca Romney celebrates her birthday on 1 January every year.
She was born in a family of scientists, so at a young age, she had to rebel against them to pursue her degree in Linguistics and Classics in college.
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But Rebecca may not have been involved in a great rebellion with her family members since they were readers as well. Her father was into science fiction, and she used to steal books from her brother, who was five years older.
She grew up reading many books, including ancient Roman history and science fiction. And after rebelling against her family, Rebecca’s love for literature won, and she went on to complete her education in Classical Studies and Linguistics with a minor in Philosophy.
Standing a bit taller than 5 feet (1.52 meters), the beautiful writer follows Christian religion and embraces Caucasian ethnicity.