Anna Carrasco Bowling
The Blabbery Bio Version:
Anna stole her first historical romance novel from her mother’s nightstand, at the far too tender age of eleven. Within the first few pages, she knew she had found what she wanted to read and write for the rest of her life. So far, so good. Anna is currently doing the happily ever after thing with her Real Life Romance Hero, their Housemate, and feline companion, Skye, in New York’s Capitol Region. She is usually wearing at least one thing with a skull on it, and can be easily bribed with tea, notebooks, or gummi bears. Art supplies or fountain pens would also work. Do not interrupt her during first run episodes of The Walking Dead.
The standard writer bio version:
Anna Carrasco Bowling made the full commitment to her true writing love, historical romance, after over a decade spent among Klingons, Immortals and Newcomers. A member of Romance Writers of America, New England Romance Writers and Capital Region Romance Writers, Anna lives with her family in Upstate NY, where she spends her days plotting world domination…okay, historical romance novels.
In the past, Anna has been a nanny, certified ear piercer, retail worker and assistant manager, family caregiver and catsitter. She is much better suited to writing. When not writing, Anna enjoys mixed media art, notebooks of all sorts, and the Sims 4. Anna is a regular contributor at Heroes and Heartbreakers , Buried Under Romance, and her own blog, Typing With Wet Nails, all places where she loves to blabber about romance novels and tell people who kissed who on TV. She has also contributed to sites such as XOJane.com and the Unusual Historicals blog. Anna invites readers to connect with her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
Skye O’Malley Hart-Bowling (the kitty, not the book)
Originally born wild in Massachusetts, Skye, a Maine Coon mix, is now happy to be a pet and live with her family in New York. Her uncle, Real Life Romance Hero, is her favorite. She loves sunbeams, fish videos, and food. She does not like closed doors or being picked up, but head scritches are good. She blogs every Friday, under Typing With Wet Claws, and is a frequent star of her Anty’s Instagram.