Raised in the soggy coastal town of Coos Bay, Oregon. A. B. Keuser was never fond of her English classes though she blames that on her English teachers more than anyone else (Not you Ms. Becker, you were awesome). History and science piqued her interest more than her first two years of secondary English.
Moving to Phoenix, Arizona days after graduating high school to escape the pervasive cold and unrelenting downpour, she found work at an Electrical Distributer and learned more than she ever wanted to know about Variable Speed Drives and 4” rigid nipples.
Her first full-length novel was not planned in anyway. The Economic downturn lead to boredom at her day job, and an ample amount of time to do anything so long as it looked like “work,” subsequently lead to the creation of a short segment between two characters. These eventually took on secondary roles in the final product. Sadly, that segment was lost between the novel’s conception and its 8th or 9th draft.
Her favorite authors include: Mikhail Bulgakov, Clive Cussler, Jane Austen, William Shakespeare, Piers Anthony, L.M. Montgomery, Louisa May Alcott, and Lewis Carroll.