Shelly Meyer has been in love with writing since she first picked up a pen and paper. At an early age, she began writing poetry and short stories and was constantly scribbling notes and ideas at every opportunity. She still has dozens of unfinished stories in boxes that she says she will one day "get to". In high school, Shelly found a deep passion for teen romance novels, then moved on to adult romance. Later on, she branched out to different genres, like Anne Rice and even James Patterson.
Her true passion has always been romance, so, in 2000, she began writing "Portland Authority". It was published in 2005. In 2008, she began writing "The Letter". In December of 2011, she completed it and started looking for a way to get it published. It is now published on Amazon and she couldn't be happier. Shelly is currently working on the sequel to "The Letter", entitled "Yours, Truly".
Shelly lives in a Denver, Colorado suburb with her family and her cat.