In the wake of her thrilling past as a theater student, restaurant hostess, nurse aide, and newspaper writer, Carrie Anne Noble now crafts enchanting fiction for teens and adults. Her debut novel The Mermaid’s Sister won the 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award for Young Adult Fiction and the 2016 Realm Award for Book of the Year. Her other books include YA fantasies entitled The Gold-Son and Gretchen and the Bear. Carrie lives in the Pennsylvania mountains, where she enjoys taking walks, frolicking with her half-Corgi, and hosting the occasional mad tea party.
Favorite authors: Mervyn Peake, Neil Gaiman, Catherine Cookson, Maggie Stiefvater, Jane Austen, Christina Rossetti, and J.R.R. Tolkien
Favorite things: Star Wars, hedgehogs, fairy tales, naps, and cheese.
|photo by Cindy Knier|