Ophelia Crane was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1974. She currently lives in Ferndale, Michigan with her daughter, Evangeline and her cats Isis and Ares. She also has another daughter - Professional Wrestler KC Warfield.
The Detroit native is known for her work 2005 horror novel, "The Affair" and her short stories on various websites and anthologies such as Triond.com and 2007's "Raw Meat". She is currently working on her B.A. in Creative Writing, which she hopes to use to help establish herself not only in the writing world, but to further her along in her graduate studies as a Librarian.
Ophelia started writing in fifth grade when a teacher noticed that she liked to draw pictures that told stories in her spare time. The teacher thought that she could better use her energy to create tell the stories instead of drawing them. The end result was Ophelia making picture books. At home, she started typing the stories out on her mother's typewriter and she hasn't stopped since.
Her love of writing is only surpassed by her love of reading. From an early age, she discovered her love for the works of horror and science fiction authors, such as H.G. Wells, Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Phillip K. Dick. Through writing in horror, she discovered that there is no limit to the imagination and she found a way to grow through the genre.
goals are to successfully write novels that shock and fascinate the
public. Through her own work, she plans
to establish herself in the public eye. She plans to eventually create her own
publishing company for authors looking to bring their dark worlds into the mainstream
as she plans to do for herself. She released a new novel in August 2015 entitled "The Pride: Sacrifice". She has several other projects on the horizon including a screenplay entitled "Cracked Blooms" due to be released as a web series soon.