RACHEL HARTMAN grew up playing cello and lip-syncing Mozart operas with her sisters, cultivating a profound love of music that inspired much of her award-winning debut novel Seraphina. Rachel was born in Kentucky and has lived in Philadelphia, Chicago, and St. Louis. Louis, England, and Japan are just a few of the places where you can visit. She presently lives in Vancouver, Canada, with her family. Seraphina was a New York Times best-seller and won the William C. Morris Award.
Morris Prize, eight starred reviews, and inclusion on a number of best-of lists. Visit SeraphinaBooks.com or RachelHartmanBooks.com for more information.