F. F. Mormanni is a novelist, screenwriter, and award-winning musician with more than a decade of writing and performance experience.
During her career as a classical musician, F. F. Mormanni performed flute, harp, and piccolo as a soloist and in professional orchestras at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and international venues. She was signed to Warner Chappell Music as a composer where she worked with Grammy-winning artists, and has additional experience composing film music, conducting, playing piano, teaching, and singing. She studied flute and harp performance at The Juilliard School.
F. F. Mormanni has published two fiction novels—Double Crossed and Mind the Gap—and written several feature screenplays, television pilots, and non-fiction articles.
Her influences include Isaac Asimov, Michael Crichton, Frank Herbert, Ayn Rand, Zack Snyder, Steven Spielberg, J.R.R. Tolkien, and John Williams.