Giselle Ellis grew up on a farm thoroughly convinced she was Laura Ingalls; she was quite displeased to find out she was not. Giselle now lives just outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota. She spends a great deal of time roaming around the Twin Cities looking in bookstores, museums, and any odd spot she can find. She also teaches, reads voraciously, and obsessively watches movies, which in turn has created an enormous fount of useless knowledge of which she is quite proud. If it were up to her, she would spend all of her time traveling the world, writing fiction, and trying to convince Major League Baseball that baseball should be played 365 days a year.