Giulia Beyman calls both Rome and Tuscany her home. She lives with her husband, her son and a large family of enterprising cats. Her passions are books, yoga and cinema.
She worked for about ten years as a freelance journalist, reporting the news and writing on books and fashion. Then after a brief stint in the publishing world, she started to work as a screenwriter for Italian television.
In Italian, she published "Prima di dire addio" and "Luce dei miei occhi".
"Words in the Dark" is her first book translated into English, soon followed by "A Cry in the Shadows", the second adventure of Nora Cooper, the intriguing real estate agent with the surprising gift of being able to communicate with the hereafter.