Sloane Calder was born & raised in Georgia, growing up in the suburbs of Atlanta before heading to the country where she very quickly discovered she was a city girl.

She’s seen a lot of college and is still a loyal Bulldog and a Buckeye, thankful to have paid off those students loans for those business degrees she’s no longer using.  But she’s a hell of a spreadsheet maven, which has proven useful for extensive character files and plotting for her books.

She was a beancounter for transformers (not the cool kind), paint ovens, and lingerie before becoming a marketer for baked goods, mincemeat, soft drinks, and fertilizer.  

More work in high tech led her to unleash her suppressed creativity and write her first book.  So she dropped out of the corporate world, is busy raising some small Calders, and has a husband straight out of a romance novel.

She calls herself a Texan now, although they don’t serve enough grits, fried chicken or boiled peanuts there, so she gets back to Georgia when she can.

An avid reader all her life (yes, her mother used to tell her to stop reading and go watch television), she still thinks there’s no better escape than a good book, especially if hot heroes and superpowers are involved.

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