Anne Calhoun came to writing later in life, after doing time at Fortune 500 companies on both coasts. The glamour of various cube farm jobs in HR, IT and other acronyms had worn off, so she gave up health insurance and meetings to take Joseph Campbell’s advice and follow her bliss: writing romance.
An award-winning author of contemporary romances of varying lengths and heat levels, Anne holds a B.A. in English and history and an M.A. in American studies. She now lives in the Midwest with her husband, who never asks why she was home all day but didn’t make dinner, and her son, the master of the monkey bars. An avid traveler, Anne also enjoys reading, knitting and quilting.