Sierra Crane was born and raised in rural Pennsylvania, homeschooled by her mother, and taught life lessons by her father. She joined the Army National Guard on her 17th birthday, ready to get out and experience the world. She served 2 tours in Iraq before her 8 years were up, discovered the Army wasn’t all that she wanted, and came home to realize she never really gave much thought to what she wanted to do for the rest of my life if it wasn’t the military. Writing was a great way to escape those feelings of loss and regret after her enlistment was up. Now back in her hometown, she is serving in a different way, as a police officer, and thinks she’s finally found where she belongs.