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Meredith Bond grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was introduced to Regency romances at a young age by her mother who had a passion for Georgette Heyer.
After graduating with a bachelor’s in Communication from the University of Pennsylvania, Meredith worked in fund-raising
for a number of non-profit organizations. When this didn't prove as fulfilling as she would have hoped, she went back to school for a master's degree in secondary education where she
shared her love of history with a group inner-city teenagers. Marriage and the birth of two children interrupted this second attempt at a career.
In order to keep her sanity while raising her children, Meredith began living in a fantasy world filled with dashing,
noble heroes and beautiful heroines. Desperately searching for an excuse to put the children into daycare, Meredith decided to
write down her fantasies and call it "working."
She was amazed when someone, other than her husband, actually liked her writing. In 2002, Meredith was one of the three winners of the Royal Ascot Writing Contest and was offered a two book contract with Kensington Publishers. MISS
SETON'S SONATA, Meredith’s first book, was released in
January 2004 from Zebra Books. Her second book, WOOING MISS WHATELY, came out in June, '04. The last two books of the Merry Men Quartet, LOVE OF MY LIFE and DAME FORTUNE were published in June and September, 2005.
MISS SETON’S SONATA is the winner of the 2004 Golden Leaf Contest for best Regency Romance. LOVE OF MY LIFE won second place in the Write Touch Reader’s Award, 2005. And DAME FORTUNE was a finalist in the National Reader's
Choice Award, The Beacon Award and the NJ Golden Leaf.
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