Stephanie Elliot is the indie author of What She Left Us, A Little Bit of Everything Lost, and the novella, The Cell Phone Lot. Her debut young adult novel Sad Perfect, will be published by Margaret Ferguson Books, a division of Macmillan Publishers. It's a love story of an unnamed 16-year-old girl with ARFID, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, which neither she nor her new boyfriend fully understand but which controls their lives in increasingly extreme ways.
Stephanie has written for a varitey of newspapers, magazines and websites and has been a passionate advocate of other authors by promoting their books on the Internet for more than a decade. When not writing, she naps, does yoga, reads (women's fiction, memoir and YA are her favorite genres), proofs executive documents and edits manuscripts for other writers. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona and stays busy with her husband and their three children.