Colette Gale is the pseudonym of an award-winning, NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY bestselling novelist. She lives in the midwest United States with her family and has seen Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera too many times to count.
She has a great love for many classic novels, plays and stories, but every so often, feels the need to experiment with a revisionist version of the story. So far, she has “seduced” the following classics: The Phantom of the Opera, The Count of Monte Cristo and the Robin Hood legend. She’s currently writing a series of novellas that were inspired by “castaway literature” such as The Jungle Book, Tarzan, and Robinson Crusoe.