Rhiannon Lassiter was born in 1977 and is the eldest daughter of award-winning children’s author Mary Hoffman. Rhiannon’s first novel, Hex, was accepted for publication when she was nineteen years old. She lives and works in Oxford, where she attended university, reading English Literature at Corpus Christi College.
Since then she has published nine further novels, a non-fiction book about the supernatural and co-edited an anti-war anthology of poetry and prose. Rhiannon’s books have been widely reviewed, nominated for multiple awards and translated into over ten languages. Her most recently published title was Bad Blood in 2008 and she is currently working on a new crime thriller called Ghost of a Chance, to be published in 2010.
In addition to writing Rhiannon has worked in marketing, web design and journalism and is currently a judge for the Arthur C. Clarke award. Her ambition is to be writer-in-residence on the Moon.
Rhiannon is involved in various projects, attends book world events and runs creative writing workshops for schools and colleges. On her blog she posts about her recent activities and gives online advice to aspiring authors.
For details on how to contact Rhiannon via her agents and publicity offices visit the contact page, visit the connect area to find her pages on social networking sites, sign up to the fan forums or make a comment on the blog.
For more about Rhiannon go to the about the author area at Rhiannon Lassiter’s website.