Growing up, Alison Stone never imagined becoming a writer. She enjoyed math and science and ultimately earned a degree in engineering. (Go Yellow Jackets!)

After the birth of her second child, Alison left Corporate America for full-time motherhood. She credits an advertisement for writing children’s books for sparking her interest in writing.  She never did complete a children’s book, but she did have success writing articles for local publications.

Finally, Alison got up the nerve to try her hand at full-length fiction. After completing a handful of manuscripts, she sold her first book to Samhain Publishing in 2011, followed a few weeks later by a second sale.

Now, Alison has the best of both worlds.  From her home office, she writes fast-paced romantic suspense while her four children are in school. It never fails to amaze her how soon the afternoon bus arrives.

Connect with Alison at:

Website: AlisonStone.com

Facebook: AlisonStoneAuthor

Twitter: @Alison_Stone

E-mail: Alison@AlisonStone.com


2 Responses to “About”

  1. Write, Wrong, and InBetween Reviews February 27, 2012 at 2:14 pm #

    I am an aspiring writer, and hold a BA degree in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing. I do have a few questions as to how you started out. Did you find an agent? Or were you on your own in regards to finding a buyer for your book(s). Am just interested in tapping into how this process worked for you, in effort for myself to learn as much as I can about becoming published. Thanks for any information you can offer/give. -Daryn Molenda

    • Alison Stone February 27, 2012 at 3:32 pm #


      Thanks for stopping by. I have an agent who has been invaluable in selling my manuscripts. Please feel free to e-mail me at Alison@ AlisonStone. com and I’d be happy to answer your questions in more detail.


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