Born and raised with her grandparents in the Tampa Bay area, Alexandra Tauber grew up fortunate enough to have the chance to travel back and forth to Greece, where her mother lived and her grandparents immigrated from. Her time in school had been a struggle when she liked video games more than studying, but despite her ADD holding her back, she dove into reading and writing in her teens when she found a new love for fiction. Her interests ranged from fantasy into contemporary fiction, then eventually science fiction. Her best kept secret is probably her roleplaying forum username.

Her love of video games and sci-fi found its purpose when she wrote her debut novel, Hello World, with Tiffany Rose, who she met on her roleplaying forums. It was not the first project, nor is it the last the two had completed together, but the one they wanted more than anything to share with others. Her main aspirations in writing is to teach inclusiveness and representation within complex storytelling, which she feels the publishing world needs more of.


Today, she lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia with her husband while he completes his time with the Navy and dreams of the next chance she’ll get to return to Greece to eat a real gyro again. "She works as a merchandise staff member at fan conventions while attending along the east coast while attending Tidewater College for degrees in English Lit and Marketing.



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