Hannah E. Carson grew up in West Africa as the daughter of missionaries. She holds a degree in Fine Arts and lives in Durham, North Carolina. When not writing, she can be found reading and studying various methods of making the perfect burrito.
Many have been told that I ate their porridge. More have been told that I reclined in their chairs. All have been told that I slumbered in their beds. But none know the truth, and the truth will set you free. This is the true story of a girl called "Goldilocks." This is the story that will clear my name. This is the story of Mary Margery Mofflin. This is my story.