G.G. Vandagriff is a traditionally published author who has gone Indie. She is an Amazon #1 Bestseller and has written over thirty novels. In 2010, she received the Whitney Award for Best Historical Novel for her epic, The Last Waltz: A Novel of Love and War. Currently, she has thirteen Regency romance titles in print, but she writes other things, too. She has a romantic suspense series, and her mystery fans are always urging her to write another book featuring her wacky genealogical sleuths, Alex and Briggie. Her latest work is a 1930’s Golden Age mystery series.
She studied writing at Stanford University and received her master's degree at George Washington University. Before she settled in to writing for a living, she worked in finance and as an Associate Editor for the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Though she has lived many places throughout the country, she now lives with her husband, David, a lawyer and a writer, on the bench of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah. She and David have three children and seven adventurous grandchildren.