Baird Wells is the author of the Hundred Days series, as well as stand-alone novels 'The Glass Apple', and ‘An Unspeakable Anguish’. Her award-likely books have sold tens of copies in several places.
Growing up in beautiful, historic Virginia, Baird fell in love with the past. She longs for a day when she can return, when Virginia no longer prohibits her from crossing its state lines.
Baird wrote her first short story, long-hand, in 10th grade, for which she received one-hundred percent and a smiley face. Mrs. Gardner taught her the meaning of determination, and Baird, by now, has surely taught Mrs. Gardner the meaning of regret.
Her novel ‘Vermillion’ was a second-round finalist for the 2015 Writer's Digest E-book Awards. 'Argent' received a 2016 honorable mention for published fiction.
She credits her love of writing to a lifelong passion for history and all things romantic. When she’s not scribbling, she enjoys performing alchemy at her soapworks.
Baird makes her home in the Wild West, daydreaming.