Tory Anne Brown’s first work was a poem about her family’s monkey, published under ‘Victoria,’ her given name, when she was ten years old. This little poem hooked her on the idea of becoming an author and though growing up and adulting got in her way until much later in life, she never let go of her dream. One of her non-fiction stories was published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, and an anecdote was included in Reader’s Digest, then she started her own blogging website after experiencing every author’s nightmare of losing years of blog posts.
Tory Anne resides in Reno, Nevada with her husband and when she isn’t taking care of life, has several projects in the works: a series of Christmas stories, a young adult novel, a love story, and a mystery thriller. She blogs about her lack of a green thumb, her challenges with cooking, and has a children’s corner at her website and tweets when time permits.
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