Georgiana Fields was born in New Bern, North Carolina, and grew up in a military family near Camp Lejeune. As a teen, she would spend my summers on the Atlantic Coast, where she developed a love for the ocean, nature, and coastal ghost stories and legends. Some of her favorite memories as a child are of the times she would sit and listen to her aunts tell and retell stories and myths surrounding New Bern, N.C. and other coastal towns. She also enjoyed them telling of the antics of a few townspeople, usually followed by, ‘bless their heart.’
After marrying her husband, she moved to Georgia, where she worked for the Red Cross as a medical technologist. Her love for the south and the paranormal took form as writing. "I never thought any of my stories would be published, so I would slide them under my bed," she admits. She eventually joined a writers group and met some wonderful friends.
She currently reside in a suburb north of Atlanta with her husband, two dogs, and two cats. While she loves nature, horseback riding, and scary movies, she currently spends most of her time writing paranormal romance/suspense.