U. A. Hall is a young adult author who loves reading and discovering new fairytales. If she could be compared to any Harry Potter character it would be Hermoine Granger. If she were a princess she’d be Cimorene from The Enchanted Forest Chronicles. She lives with her vampire-werewolf-ghost-alien-hybrid-hobbit-elf husband from the future. Her daughter is like Sunny from Series of Unfortunate Events, and her son is the doppelganger of Greg Hefley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid. She would like to think that in the Hunger Games she would be Katniss, but she probably would have been more like Foxface. If she were a Tetris block, she’d be the long blue piece. She is a Chicago native, so yes, she is biased when it comes to deep-dish pizza. It is way better than New York style pizza. It is the Aslan of pizza. When it’s all said and done, she would like to believe that just like Sheherazade, story telling would save her life. She has a BA in Creative Writing and a Minor in playwriting from Columbia College Chicago, and a MFA in Creative Writing from Roosevelt University. Her first book is Infinite Passage a young adult fantasy novel.