International bestselling and award-winning author, Geraldine Solon is known for her heartfelt, gripping stories and distinct characters. At an early age of eight, Geraldine who grew up in the Philippines wrote poems, essays and short stories, and often daydreamed in class instead of paying attention to her teachers. While she set her childhood hobby aside to focus on other ventures, Geraldine found that writing stories provided her true solace and calmed her restless nature.
Two decades later and now living in the San Francisco Bay area, Geraldine entertained the idea of writing again and decided to turn her hobby into a career. In 2011, Geraldine launched her debut novel, Love Letters which reached the overall Top 100 Amazon Bestseller List. The novel won various awards including the 2011 Beach Book Festival for the Romance category. Being the relentless author that she is, Geraldine released nine more novels and a marketing guide-book for authors. Her books focus on deep core relationships and the human condition. Geraldine writes Romance, Women's fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Fantasy and Psychological Thrillers.
Her books have been translated into seven languages and featured in various magazines and print namely, Glamour UK, The San Francisco Examiner, House of Coco, etc. She has appeared in TV shows namely, King 5, The Heart of Silicon Valley, and KTSF. Aside from writing novels, Geraldine also writes screenplays, product descriptions, book summaries, book descriptions, blogs, and articles. She speaks at writing conferences, teaches writing workshops, provides ghostwriting, developmental, and copyediting services for various clients. Geraldine worked for ten years at Stanford University and served as Treasurer, Event Coordinator, and Vice President for the Fremont Area Writers Club.
When she's not writing, Geraldine enjoys traveling, reading books, watching movies, and island hopping. Her latest project is to promote literacy by building libraries in remote areas of third world countries called A Library for Hope.