After floundering about writing for other people, she finally decided to write her own stuff and is much the happier for it.
She has a B.A. from Allegheny College and an M.A.P.W from Carnegie Mellon University. She is married to her own computer genius and has two adorable mischief-muffin children. It's been a while since she was an official Swiggin' Flicker, but she still tosses a Frisbee (or a Cosmo) now and then.
"Eyes of the Game" is a novel that grips the reader on page one and doesn't let go. By turns frightening and suspenseful, it takes us into the mind of a college-age stalker who has lost his moral compass along with his grasp on reality. When he kidnaps his former girl-friend, the psychological games begin, and they don't relent until the book's final pages. Ms. Harrison's novel has an ending I didn't see coming, another asset in a thriller. I liked the characters and was eager to know the fate of the kidnapped coed and also the ways in which her friends reacted to her plight. I am an adult reader who savored this story that was crafted for young adults (mature), and I applaud this novelist's skillful debut. -- Susan Dormady Eisenberg, author of "The Voice I Just Heard"