Abigail Ruth Pearson was born in Bracknell, Berkshire, on January 28, 1981. Her parents moved to Broseley, Shropshire, before she turned two, and moved again when she was seven, to settle in Cuddington, Cheshire.
She left high school, passing all her GCSEs, and attended Reaseheath College, gaining a National Diploma in Animal Care.
She went into work, and began her career working with animals. She has a particular fondness for horses and goats. She began her own family at the age of 19, and today she is a blessed single mother of four children (three daughters and one son).
Since 2005, she has swapped animals for children and has enjoyed working a variety of support roles in a primary school.
She is currently taking a career break to take care of her son with special needs. She still loves animals and is known as the 'cat whisperer' to her friends—although she thinks 'crazy cat lady' is a more accurate description.
Abi enjoys writing fantasy fiction stories and poetry. She has entered several United Press poetry competitions, winning the chance to publish her poems in several different anthologies.
She decided to use her gift and love of poetry to begin a fundraising project called: Poems for Charity. Each volume she creates of Through My Eyes will be dedicated to a specific charity that she holds dear to her heart.
She began working on a fantasy novel after the birth of her first child. The story grew so big it became two novels, and now they are part of a collection known as: The Wayfarer's Journey Book Series.
The Sanalow Years was published on July 2020. Abi hopes to rerelease the original two novels from the series again later this year. They are currently undergoing a rewrite to bring them into line with the prequel she never intended to write.
She has several other story ideas currently in the planning stage.
She is a big supporter of other indie writers and has a dedicated section on her website for their work.