Cas Peace was born in the lovely county of Hampshire, UK, where she still lives. On leaving school she qualified as a teacher of equitation. She also learned to carriage-drive. She spent thirteen years in the British Civil Service before moving to Rome, where she and her husband lived for three years.
As well as her love of horses, Cas is mad about dogs; especially Lurchers. She owns two rescue Lurchers, Milly and Milo. Cas loves country walks, working in stained glass, growing cacti, and singing in her local church choir. She is also a folk singer/songwriter and has written and recorded unique folk-style songs for each of her fantasy novels.
Cas’s first novel, King’s Envoy, was awarded a HarperCollins Authonomy Gold Medal. Her Artesans of Albia fantasy series has won the critical acclaim of US bestselling author Janet Morris. Cas is a member of the British Fantasy Society and had a short story included in their 40th anniversary commemorative anthology Full Fathom Forty. She’s also a contributor to the Janet Morris-edited anthology HEROIKA 1: Dragon Eaters.
Cas has written a non-fiction book, For the Love of Daisy, which tells the life story of her mischievous and beautiful Dalmatian. She is also a freelance editor and proofreader.