M.A. Moore lives in the Pocono Mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania surrounded by trees, ‘possums, deer, birds and the occasional black bear. She’s traveled to six of the world’s seven continents, and believes her journeys have vastly expanded her view of the planet Earth and the people that inhabit it. Conservation is a theme in many of her paranormal adventure novels, and she volunteers her time at a local environmental education center.
Although awed by the pyramids of Egypt, the Taj Mahal in India, and the raging waters of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, she insists that the most rewarding aspect of her travels is meeting people from other cultures and embracing the differences as well as the similarities to her own.
An avid fan of science fiction from an early age, she hopes to one day stand on the moon’s surface and watch the Earth rise over the horizon. That dream has been squashed by the lack of progress in human space exploration, but she secretly hopes that one day a space traveler will tap her on the shoulder and ask if she wants to take a ride.