Noelle Chason Hall, a daughter of a Newfoundlander and an American serviceman, has spent many of her summers, since childhood, in Woody Point, Bonne Bay on the west coast of Newfoundland.
Her books reflect the love she has for the area. She later attended Memorial University of Newfoundland. A member of the Virginia State Reading in Education Association, Noelle is an avid promoter of literacy in the United States and Canada and spends as much time as rnpossible visiting schools and raising funds for libraries. Although her first love is writing, Noelle also assists rnin museum operations and with planning special events for Ferry Farm, George Washington’s Boyhood Home, in Stafford, Virginia.
Her pet project is the annual Read, By George literary event. She is also a Realtor for Keller Williams Real Estate. The author lives in Spotsylvania, Virginia, with her husband, Gregory, but spends as much time as she can at her house in Woody Point, Newfoundland, which she affectionately calls her “little cocoon.”