Liz Wolfe began her writing career in the dimly lit, cramped back offices of a major retailer in San Francisco where copywriters hammered out advertising copy on ancient, manual typewriters. After a short stint with an advertising agency in Manhattan, she turned her back on retail and studied computer programming.
Liz quickly learned that she had no talent for writing code but the school had given her a thorough knowledge of industry slang and buzz words which she quickly put to use as a technical writer. After several years of technical writing she was laid off and her husband (bless his heart) insisted she stay home for a while and write a novel.
She leapt at the opportunity and sat down to write a romantic suspense. After several editors pointed out that her writing was a little too heavy on the suspense and light on the romance, she concentrated on suspense and immediately sold her first two suspense novels.
Liz lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest where rainy, overcast days encourage long hours hunched over an ergonomic keyboard.