Victoria Connelly was brought up in Norfolk and studied English literature at Worcester University before becoming a teacher in North Yorkshire. After getting married in a medieval castle and living in London for eleven years, she moved to rural Suffolk with her artist husband and ever-increasing family of animals.
She has three novels published in Germany and the first, Flights of Angels, was made into a film. Victoria and her husband flew out to Berlin to see it being filmed and got to be extras in it.
Victoria is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and has a short story called Mummies and Daddies – set in the mummy rooms of the British Museum – in their 50th anniversary anthology, Loves Me, Loves Me Not.