Selina Gonzalez is a Colorado native with mountains in her blood and dreams that top 14,000 feet. She loves chocolate, speculative fiction, bread, history, superheroes, leather, things that sparkle, learning random bits of knowledge, and Jesus–not in that order. She has a punk side, and is often seen sporting leather accessories, dyed black hair, and a layer of sarcastic wit.
She loves all things medieval Europe and is a huge Anglophile. She studied Medieval British history during a semester abroad at the University of Oxford. She also took medieval history and literature courses while earning her bachelor’s in history at Colorado State University, where she graduated in May 2018.
She has a bit of a gypsy soul, and loves to travel. She’s driven coast-to-coast in the US, visited Britain three times, and moved to Maine for four and half months. She has a list of places to go as long as Pikes Peak is tall. But she always comes back home to Colorado.
Selina started writing novels in high school, and wrote with varying regularity while in university. She has finished a few novels, all so far unpublished. Her current work-in-progress is a medieval fantasy romance dealing with secrets, fear, societal prejudice, and lots of magic.