Danielle Annett is a reader, writer, photographer, and the blogger behind Coffee and Characters. Born in the SF Bay area, she now resides in Spokane, WA, the primary location for her Blood & Magic series.
Addicted to coffee at an early age, she spends her restless nights putting pen to paper as she tries to get all of the stories out of her head before the dogs wake up the rest of the house and vye for her attention.
You can learn more about Danielle on her website at Danielle-Annett.com or follow her on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AuthorDanielleAnnett and on twitter @Danielle_Annett
Danielle writes about kick-butt heroines in volatile settings. No damsels in distress here. She released her first book Cursed by Fire, in January 2015 and has been featured on USA Today’s Happily Ever Afters. She now has 3 Urban Fantasy novels out, 1 non-fiction marketing book, and has been in 4 author collaborative boxsets to date.
She is an active PAN member with Romance Writers of America (RWA), and is the VP of the Inland Empire Chapter of Romance Writers of America (IECRWA).
Danielle attended Eastern Washington University where she graduated with her bachelors degree in Communication Studies. She has recently re-enrolled at Eastern Washington University and is pursuing her masters in Communications.
Danielle has worn several hats prior to becoming an author herself. She started as an avid reader and book review blogger. She held internships with publishing houses and literacy organizations and later held salary positions as an editor-in-chief and marketing manager before opening her own business, Coffee and Characters where she works to help authors be the best they can be.
Danielle grew up in the San Francisco bay area. With divorced parents she travelled back and forth between California and Washington before finally settling in Spokane, WA as an adult, which is also the primary location for her Blood & Magic series. Danielle is happily married and has two wonderful children. She is known for being stubborn and according to her husband, occasionally irrational. Her husband tells her that her own character traits often bleed into her heroines. Since Danielle believed her heroines to be total badasses, she’s okay with the assessment.