Heather Hambel Curley graduated magna cum laude from Robert Morris University in 2004, with a degree in Communications. She started writing paranormal and historical fiction in the fourth grade, but didn’t actually finish writing a novel until she was in her twenties.
She began Civil War reenacting in 2001 and is currently a corseted reenactor with the Baltimore Light Artillery, an elite artillery unit that provides demonstrations for battlefields and parks such as Gettysburg, Antietam, Harpers Ferry, and Monocacy. Shortly after graduating college, Heather was a volunteer at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in both their archaeology and living history departments. She is a member of Pennwriters and the Historical Novel Society.
Her paranormal/suspense novel, With Me Now, was published by Evernight Publishing in June of 2015. Her next novel, a historical fiction titled Anything You Ask of Me, will be released by Knox Robinson Publishing in November 2015.
Heather currently resides in Western Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. She is a disability claims analyst for an insurance company and, when not working or writing, she enjoys traveling to Civil War Battlefields and the Caribbean. She also enjoys white wine, One Direction, and tattoos.
Type of Writing
new adult, fiction, historical, romance, paranormal