Isabo grew up in Las Vegas, the Entertainment Capital
of the World. Unbeknownst to her, Las Vegas prepared Isabo for a
life in the spotlight.
Though she started making up stories at an early age, Isabo
originally chose science as her first career. She pursued this
by moving to Honolulu, Hawaii for her undergraduate degree in
Zoology and was lucky enough to work with dolphins for two and
a half years.
Returning to Las Vegas, Isabo worked in the Natural History Museum
as the Shark Lady, hand-feeding live sharks and other tropical
fish and reptiles. It was at this time she rekindled her love
of writing stories and started her first novel.
A few years later, Isabo had the opportunity to move to Germany
with her family and jumped at the chance. She spent nearly two
years traveling Europe and developing her writing skills before
life took her to Ireland where she returned to college to finish
her Ph.D. in Animal Behavior.
Isabo's first novel, The Promise of Kierna'Rhoan, was
published in 1999 and began her career in the spotlight. Isabo
earned herself a reputation as one of the industry's top science
fiction, fantasy and paranormal authors with such titles as Destiny's
Seduction (2005 RIO Award of Excellent winner, 2005 EPPIE
Award Finalist for Best Fantasy and 2003 Pearl Award Nominee)
and Siren Singing (2009 PRISM FF&P Award Winner).
Isabo now lives in New York City, an other entertainment capital,
with her family and enjoying the literary life.
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