In her childhood, when Hannah wasn’t occupied setting up moonwalks or dancing or traveling, she spent much of her time reading and climbing trees (or both at the same time). She often wrote short stories and articles for friends and family.
In her early teens, Hannah became enthralled with the fantasy genre and began writing her own magical stories. Two days after her 16th birthday, Hannah finished Journey to the Homeland, first place winner of the 2007 Tweener Time Chapter Book Competition. She followed up with two sequels, Danger in the Shadows and Strangers in Madrona.
Hannah graduated from Marian University with a degree in English in December 2012. She is currently working on a new fantasy series for young adults, entitled the Spirit Seeker novels.
In her free time, Hannah likes to binge on Netflix shows (Parks and Recreation, The IT Crowd, Dexter, Battlestar Galactica, and The 100 are a few of her current favorites). She also enjoys pretending to be fit by riding her bicycle to work. She considers herself an honorary member of both House Lannister and Hufflepuff. An odd combination to be sure, but one she will defend to the bitter end.
Hannah hopes her readers enjoy reading her books half as much as she enjoys writing them.