Qwillia calls any place she stays...home. She's lived in Las Vegas, Nevada; FlagstaffArizona; Anchorage, Alaska; Billings, Montana; and currently dips her pen in Raleigh, North Carolina. A student of human nature, Qwillia enjoys jumping over the boundaries, and exploring the darker side of man's sexuality.
Her earliest memory of reading was at five or six years old, as she watched her brother do his homework across the table. "Reading upside down in kindergarten was fun and by the sixth grade I had gone through all the fiction and half of the non-fiction books in the school library. By the seventh grade, she had discovered her mother’s adult fiction when she was not re-reading the "Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens. "Who could not help but love the last line of the book by Sidney Carton, ‘Tis a far, far better thing that I do now, than I have ever done. 'Tis a far, far better place that I go to than I have ever been.’ How can you not fall in love with a romantic and courageous soul like that, huh?" Her first introduction into "sexy" fiction was the "Cossack Cowboy", where the concepts of bondage and discipline were present but carefully veiled.