A book-lover since before she could read, Seabrooke wrote her first (marvellously wish-fulfilling) stories with her sister as a pre-teen. After a detour through a B.Sc. in Zoology, she found her way back to books in the publication of a field guide to moths (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012). Nearly twenty years after her first forays into writing fiction, she rediscovered the joys of storytelling (now with fewer Mary Sues) and hasn’t looked back. She currently balances her nonfiction publishing contracts with her (much more fun) action-packed spec-fic YA writing, slotting both in around her day-job as a full-time mom. She lives in eastern Ontario, Canada, with her husband, toddler, and menagerie. Someday, she’ll have time to to sleep again.