Norah writes contemporary romance and women's fiction. Her first book, R.I.L.Y. Forever, published in July 2016. Her second book, Everything I've Dreamed Of, will publish in January 2017.
Norah lives a double life. By day, she is a suit wearing, prim and proper, professor, administrator, researcher, and lecturer. By night, she is a PJ wearing dreamer and writer of books that make people sigh, smile, cry, laugh, fall in love and believe in second chances.
Norah lives in a small town deep in the woods of Northwest Jersey with her husband of thirty years, a cranky geriatric maltipoo, and two obnoxious parrots who run the house and terrify all its inhabitants.
Norah discovered the joy and escapism that comes from reading at the age of twelve and swears books saved her life and her sanity. Through reading, she has travelled the globe and learned all kinds of equally useful and useless skills such as the proper way to eat a pomegranate, carve a watermelon, or bathe an elephant. These are skills she passed down to her two daughters who are incredibly supportive, but often wish she had a wider scope of hobbies.
Norah is a huge animal lover and have a houseful. The entire neighborhood hears the screeching of her parrots and the barking of her dogs mixed in with the sounds of the forest.
She also love to travel, read and crochet Afghans. Norah admits she is a terrible baker, but that doesn't stop her from trying to poison all her family and friends.