Katherine Garvin dwells in a castle of her own creating and a forest of her own imagination. From the time she could pick up a crayon, she has created stories about anything from girls with wings, to abductions to the moon. Over the years, what started as a small childhood amusement has grown into an unconquerable beast. Now the author of three published short stories, she writes countless poems and song parodies, all the while swimming neck-deep in her as-yet greatest project, writing and rewriting the novels in her Gap in the Road Trilogy. When not writing, she is likely to be found barefoot, wearing a cloak, and either dancing, playing the violin, or eating dark chocolate.