Caroline Everson was born in England and came to Canada with her family as a young child. She lived near Ottawa until age 11, then moved to Port Hope where she still lives today. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario she worked in banking, retail, and advertising & marketing for small businesses while raising three children. She also wrote. In the past, her work has been published in local newspapers and magazines, and she has won two writing contests with her short fiction. Some of her stories were included in “It Ain’t Shakespeare”, a collection published by Cobourg’s Pollard Writers Guild in 2004. Caroline’s first book sale came in 2007. “Ali Runs With the Pack” was part of an educational program from Scholastic Canada. Her picture book, “Song on the Wind”, was published at the end of 2017. It’s an end-of-the-day poem, beautifully illustrated by Anne Marie Bourgeois.