Skyler White

Skyler White

Skyler White (now Gray) lives in Austin, Texas where she writes fiction, ghostwrites non-fiction, copywrites, rights wrongs, dances at rites, and wrought two children. As the child of two college professors, raised in an environment of scholarship and academic rigor, she naturally left high school to pursue a career in ballet. Since then, she’s worked in theater and advertising, earned a master’s degree and appeared on reality TV; and if you can find a career path in that, you have a better eye for pattern than she does. She’s published six novels, three co-written with Steven Brust, “The Incrementalists," “The Skill of Our Hands,” and “The Sword of Happenstance,” and three on her own, “and Falling, Fly,” “In Dreams Begin,” and “Roadtrip to Ruin.” “and Falling, Fly” was named one of the top sci-fi/fantasy books of 2010 by Library Journal, Barnes & Noble’s Sci-Fi Blog, and Dear Author. “In Dreams Begin” was accorded the same honor by Fantasy Literature. “The Incrementalists” landed a starred review from Booklist, and was one of Publisher’s Weekly Top 10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy titles for Fall 2013. “Skill of Our Hands” was an RT Book Reviews Top Pick. Skyler writes angels and scientists, demons and gamers, faeries, revolutionaries, secret societies and sacred sex because she’s interested in the places where myth and modernity tangle. Another fascination, how the creative process works and breaks, developed into a web-based choose‐your‐own‐adventure game for getting unstuck called The Narrow Shed in collaboration with Write or Die wizard Jeff Printy. She’s a mom, a writer, a dancer (yes, still) and a reluctant autobiographer who hates writing about herself in third person.
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