More About the Author
M C Moore lives in Southern California, but the journey for her started in a small town in West Texas. She learned in her youth the power of imagination, while being raised on the plains, five miles from the nearest town. Spending days playing with her cousins and brother in games of imagination and invention, M C got her first taste of creating lands of make believe.
When adulthood took its grip on her life, she traveled all over the country and learned lots about her fellow human counterparts. With the desire to create those make believe lands again, M C decided to try her hand at script writing, but something wasn't quite right. So after several years, she decided to write her first book. The young adult fantasy genre called her name and she created the world of 'Trefoil'.
In a recent interview, MC had this to say about herself:
"I guess you could say I have the personality of a fourteen year old video gaming, fantasy fiction reading, math loving nerd girl. I got my glasses when I was nine, had an Atari growing up, and loved reading. I grew up in West Texas, in the country, five miles from a town with only four thousand people in it. I have one brother but a lot of cousins, and we grew up together. I'm the oldest, and therefore the bossiest, so I used to make up games and adventures for us. That's really were I got my start with creating imaginary worlds.
The adventure always called to me, so I moved around a lot as an adult, seeing lots of different parts of the US. I think I was looking for the inspiration for those imaginary worlds, or the imaginary worlds themselves. I finally ended up in Southern California, with a fantastic job in a library. That's when I started throwing book ideas around, it all started making sense, I needed to write.
I think I always wanted to write, I just couldn't find out where I was supposed to be, what genre. I think that the young adult fantasy genre is where I'll probably write most of my books. That is where the Atari loving 14 year old nerd girl belongs."