I was born and raised in Old Brookville, New York, which is 20 miles east of Manhattan. I attended Friends Academy in Locust Valley, New York for high school, and went on to earn a B.A. from Connecticut College in 1992 and a J.D. from Albany Law School, Union University in 1997. I practiced law in Manhattan and Long Island for several years before marrying and relocating to Cornelius, North Carolina in 2000, where I worked for a small firm specializing in civil litigation and real estate. In 2003, I switched to part time employment to raise my first son. After my second son, I stopped working. In 2009, the same year we relocated to Davidson, I started writing Wynter’s Horizon which at the time I called Past the Horizon. Since that time I have edited and rewritten it dozens of times until it became the story Evernight released this past week.
A horse enthusiast my entire life, in my spare time I care for and ride my Norwegian fjord mare, named Victoria.