Courtney J. Hall’s writing career began in kindergarten, when she was asked to read one of her poems - an ode to autumn - over the school intercom after morning announcements. The creation of such a masterpiece had her convinced she would one day be a poet, but when the teenage angst fizzled and she was left with nothing to write about, she turned to short stories, then novels.
Now the author of two full-length novels and a novella, she’s a raging Anglophile, voracious reader, tea drinker, history nerd, and cat thief. She lives with her husband in suburban Philadelphia, and is always working on her next novel. Fall is still her favorite season.