A self-proclaimed techie and foodie, Toi Thomas was born in Texas but considers Virginia to be home. She enjoys reading, cooking, painting, geek culture, collecting vinyl records, and spending time with her family. Currently working as a behavioral clinician, Toi and her husband, Eric, share their home with a tortoise named Betty and a Redbone Coonhound named Margie.
Toi writes clean, adult multi-genre fiction as well as nonfiction. She stretches minds and imaginations with her short story collection, Legend of the Boy… featuring works of science fiction, paranormal, fantasy, romance, and suspense. Under the pen name Glorie Townson, Thomas brings along a bit of romance and comedy in the first book of her Sayings series, It’s Like the Full Moon. Thomas has even delved into the world of writing and illustrating children’s picture books to enlighten and entertain young minds. Her story “The Song of the Raven” can be found in CORVID-19: A RavenCon Anthology. Toi Thomas is also the founder of Lit Carnivale and the creator of Carnie the Bookworm. She has something for the whole family.