Hilda Lassalette, born in Cumbria, England, emigrated to Wyoming with her parents and brother when she was five years old. They later lived in New York, moving to California when she was ten. She is now a widow with a married daughter living in Montana. A son lives with her and a feisty, fifteen pound rat terrier named Cadi in the family homestead.
In high school she wrote for the school paper. Since she loved to read romances she began writing them. With her husband, daughter, and son-in-law, many vacations were spent at a fishing ranch in the Eastern Sierras. Since she couldn't catch the fish, she decided to write her sixth novel, Fishing for Love.
She has sold poetry, greeting card verse, articles, juvenile and young adult stories – forty in all. She belonged to the Orange County Chapter of RWA, and now belongs to the Writers' Club of Whittier and to a small critique group composed of Madeline Baker, a former Rita winner, and an about-to-be-published writer. Four romance writers in all.
This member has not published any books.