Lauren Ritz was born in Utah and continues to reside there, somewhat to the chagrin of those who know her well. She is commonly known as a walking insane asylum (just ask her) and a compulsive gardener.She began writing at the age of six with a “journal entry” about aliens flying through her bedroom window and landing on her wall. She tried to start earlier, but was handicapped by the fact that she couldn't draw well enough.She lives in Utah with the aforementioned bats, a cat named Darth Vader and too many books to count. She is a wannabe herbalist, but the herbs stay outside for the most part. Most of her plants are domesticated varieties and housebroken.No, she does not talk to the plants, but they talk to her. Luckily she's hard of listening.Writing is her love and her lifelong obsession, taking up the majority of her time when she isn't involved in other less compelling interests.
Laura grew up in a small town in central Utah and now lives in another small town in northern Utah. She always loved stargazing and imagining life outside her own little world. Though they grew up only thirty miles apart, she didn’t meet her husband until they went to college. A graduate of Utah State University with a degree in Elementary and Special Education, Laura has been using that training as she raises her children and writes make believe worlds. You can usually find her on her laptop either typing away, or on social media interacting with friends.
Rebecca Blevins lives in the Midwest, land of tornadoes and cows. (Hopefully not mixed together.) Her first book at age four was a huge hit, with a cover made out of a cut-up diaper box and pages of stick figure drawings. The title? Mommy and Rebecca Go to the Store. Now, Rebecca writes middle grade and young adult fantasy and paranormal stories.