Caroline Flarity grew up in Africa, Hong Kong and New Jersey. Her debut novel THE GHOST HUNTER'S DAUGHTER started life as a feature screenplay, placing in the finals of the StoryPros Awards and the semifinals of Slamdance Film Festival's writing competition.

THE GHOST HUNTER'S DAUGHTER was recommended by Monster Librarian, named a Best YA of 2019 by Ginger Nuts of Horror, and won Crossroad Reviews' 2019 Indie Book Award. Her short story "I am H.A.G." appears in the anthology EVEN IN THE GRAVE (2022, NeoParadoxa). On the nonfiction front, she's written entertainment articles for sites like Grammy.com and CBS New York. Caroline is a member of the Horror Writers Association and co-chairs the Bram Stoker Awards® Committee.