Daniella Bova and her husband live in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Daniella loves walking in the nature preserve near her home, where she gets much of her inspiration for writing. Her other interests are reading, the Catholic Faith, Classic Rock, Delaware Bay and the Delaware Beaches, and any and all forms of textile and fiber artistry. She also loves taking photos of nature and Chester County landscapes.
Daniella was creative from a young age. She learned to sew by hand and machine, knit, cross-stitch and embroider, all before age ten. Daniella doesn’t remember learning these skills; she believes she picked them up by watching her mother and grandmother. Though painfully shy in school, and only an average student, at home Daniella’s creativity blossomed. This continued through her high school years.
After Daniella married, she and her husband raised two children. Daniella worked a number of part time jobs, but her kids were her main focus until they left home at age eighteen. Working and raising children didn’t hinder Daniella’s creativity; she continued to progress in fiber artistry. In 1995 she turned to quilting, followed by learning to card, dye and hand spin wool. Many art-style quilts decorate Daniella’s home, along with cross-stitched pieces and knitted items.
Daniella had always dreamed of writing fiction, however, she wasn’t able to pursue this creative outlet until her children were grown. Finally, in 2009, Daniella began writing every day.
Daniella is the author of the Storms Of Transformation Series, a near-future dystopian trilogy. Her short story, The Birthday Party, was published in the anthology Freedom’s Light, a collection of Freedom themed stories from the members of the Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance.
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