Juliet Rosetti grew up on a Wisconsin farm. She has taught school in Milwaukee and in Sydney, Australia, where her duties included coaching cricket, a pretend sport invented by Monty Python. Her work has appeared in The Milwaukee Journal, Chicago Tribune, and in many other publications. She is a past winner of Wisconsin Magazine's Wordsmith Award for nonfiction. Currently she lives in Oshkosh, Wisconsin (motto: Oshkosh: more than a prison, a landfill, and 40 million construction barrels), and is writing the second book in the Mazie Maguire series.
My website is still a work in progress, but you can check out my blog at JulietRosetti:Schnibbles.