A native New Yorker and lifelong resident of Brooklyn, Ann Herendeen is a graduate of Princeton University, where she majored in English while maintaining a strong interest in English history. She enjoys reading—and writing—for escape.Ann writes from the "third perspective," the woman who prefers a bisexual husband and enjoys a polyamorous, m/m/f menage. With Phyllida and the Brotherhood of Philander, Ann put a new twist on a traditional form, creating the ultimate love story she always wanted to read: an m/m/f Regency romance. In Pride/Prejudice, a finalist in the Bisexual Fiction category for the 2011 Lambda Literary Award, she dares to tell the hidden bisexual story within Jane Austen's classic novel.In the summer of 2011, Ann launched her e-book series, "Eclipsis : Lady Amalie's memoirs," beginning with the novella Recognition. These novels and novellas, set in a sword-and-sorcery world, follow the telepathic Amelia Herzog as she finds love, a family, and a home, while addressing issues of feminism, ecology and sexuality.