A book-lover since before she could read, Seabrooke wrote her first (marvelously wish-fulfilling) stories with her sister as a pre-teen. After a detour through a B.Sc. in Zoology, she found her way back to books in the publication of two field guides to moths (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012 & 2018). She rebooted your favourite kidlit writers’ conference, WriteOnCon, in 2016 and acted as Director until 2021. She currently is a stay-at-home-mom, runs a small home business selling handsewn cute patterned wrist braces, has an additional moth field guide under contract, continues to be involved on the WriteOnCon team, and sometimes even finds a few minutes to write some fiction. She lives in eastern Ontario, Canada, with her husband, two young kids, and menagerie. Someday she’ll have time to sleep again.