Tabatha Yeatts, former reviewer, has children who tell her: "You tell the best stories -- you should be a writer when you grow up."  As a writer, she finds their enthusiasm, humor, and sense of irony fortifying.  She lives in Rockville, Maryland with her electrical engineer husband, Benjamin Lonske, their three young children, two cats, and a dog, where they listen to everything from Jude Taylor to the Suk Chamber Orchestra.

She is the author of The Holocaust Survivors (Enslow Publishers) and Forensics: Solving the Crime (The Oliver Press), both of which can be found on  She has also penned dozens of articles for magazines ranging from Cricket to Murderous Intent Mystery Magazine.