Shannon Hollinger is a Florida writer who spent as much time in college as she could, majoring in everything from zoology to archaeology. Almost a decade later, she finally emerged into the real world with degrees in Crime Scene Technology & Physical Anthropology. She finds writing to be a much cleaner way to spend her time than the autopsy suite. Most days it smells better, too.
Her short fiction has appeared in Suspense Magazine, Mystery Weekly, and The Saturday Evening Post, among a number of other magazines and anthologies.
She has finished several novels, both adult and YA, but spends too much time reading, writing, wrangling dogs and chasing butterflies, and not enough time querying agents.