Tina Clark-Armstrong received a degree in German and Art History from Brigham Young University in 1993, then spent the following year working for Hyatt Hotels on Capital Hill in Washington DC. She lived the next fourteen years in London while sitting on the board of corporate finance company Logic Systems Management. She began lobbying for a change in aviation law in 2002 in response to her husband’s death in an L-39 ex-fighter jet and was able to successfully change an edict that had not been updated since World War Two. She prefers to spend her time exploring Europe, Africa, the Far East and the Middle East. She has occupied herself on her travels with skydiving, mountain climbing and cage diving with sharks and crocodiles (though not at the same time). The side effect of her adventures is a writing style that aims to both entertain and make the heart race.
Mrs. Clark-Armstrong moved back to the D.C. area in 2009. She currently lives in Mclean, Virginia with her husband Russell Armstrong, her children James, Katerina and Jessica, her cats Nemesis and Noodle and her dog Naked. She spends her downtime writing the sequels to Notes From A Necrophobe and giving tours at the Library of Congress.