Anna Albright began her life enamored with all things animals. She remembers staying home from school to watch National Geographic documentaries on wildlife as a child. As she grew, she bred and raised a flock of parakeets from her home before she reached eleven years old. The first paper she ever wrote was an argumentative essay attempting to convince her parents to allow her to adopt a dog. She was an active FFA member in high school and rode horses competitively, and then attended Sam Houston State University and earned a degree in Interdisciplinary Agriculture with a double minor in Agricultural Education and Equine Science. She was an Agricultural Education teacher in Fort Bend ISD for six years as well as an FFA Advisor, which required her to oversee student livestock projects in her program. She also owns and operates her freelance writing business, AA Freelance Writing Co.
She is currently lives in North Texas with her husband, David. Albright regularly enjoys gardening, fishing, traipsing through Texas on vacation, binge-watching Game of Thrones, cooking, writing, time with her husband, David, and her menagerie of animals at the house: Teller the Quarter Horse, Tucker the Australian Shepherd, Molly the Catahoula, Shiner the Blue Heeler, Newt and Figg the Boston Terriers, Juneau the Russian Blue, and Ruby the Orange Tabby. Her family and friends mean the world to her, as well as her students, past, present, and future.