Lark got her BA in Drama but wound up in healthcare instead of on stage. It took way too many years working jobs she didn't love before pursuing her childhood dream of being a writer.
Her literary journey began naturally enough with screenplays. Given her acting background and love for the silver screen, the choice seemed a no-brainer. So she got busy writing spec scripts (mainly in the horror genre), queried countless producers (some of whom expressed interest) and entered screenplay contests (a few of which she even won).
What did she learn from her experience? That unless you're Quentin Tarantino, it's really difficult getting your stories turned into movies! So Lark made the wise switch to self-publishing where the writer has total control. Now she pens romance novels.
On days when she isn't practicing the three R’s (reading, ’riting and running), she's doing a month’s worth of laundry all at once, stalking hunks on Instagram for research (cough), or surfing Netflix.
She's traveled the world and even spent her childhood overseas but calls Seattle home. She resides in a 1926 bungalow in need of a paint job with her awesome long-suffering husband and two of the gassiest French Bulldogs on the planet.