Dee Davis has a bachelor of arts degree in Political Science
and History from Hendrix, and a master's degree in Public Administration from Texas
A&M. During a ten-year career in public relations, she spent three years on
the public speaking circuit, edited two newsletters, wrote three award-winning public
service announcements, did television and radio commercials, starred in the
Seven Year Itch, taught college classes, lobbied both the Texas State Legislature
and the U.S. Congress, and served as the director of two associations.
Her highly acclaimed first novel, Everything In Its Time, was published
in July 2000. Since then, among others, she's won the Booksellers Best, Golden Leaf,
Texas Gold and Prism awards, and been nominated for the National Readers Choice
Award, the Holt and two RT Reviewers Choice Awards. To date, she has sold 21 books
and four novellas, including the A-Tac series and A Match Made on Madison.
Dee has lived in Austria and traveled in Europe extensively. And although she
now lives in Manhattan, she still calls Texas home. She also works as an adjunct
instructor at NYU, teaching a continuing education course in writing.