Red Lagoe left the nine-to-five to be a stay-at-home parent, but domestic life did not suit her well. Stories piled in her head, but folding the laundry pile always came first. With insanity looming, she gave up on cleaning and cooking to begin chipping away at the mountain of stories in her head.
After publishing her children’s book, Drips, she began working on other children’s stories, but was uninspired. She wandered off her path, began experimenting with a variety of genres, and has taking a liking to horror.
Her short stories have been published by Flash Fiction Magazine and Toasted Cheese Literary Journal (awarded 3rd place in the 2016 Dead of Winter horror fiction contest). Her first horror novel, Fair Haven, was released in June 2017. Some of her nonfiction articles have been published in the Astronomical League’s Reflector magazine.