The very first female Gandalf Grand Professional of Illusion, she wrote such popular fantasy, science fiction, and adventure novels as Quag Keep and Three Hands for Scorpio. Her 1964 function, Witch Globe, was nominated for the Hugo Award. She briefly went to Western Reserve School in Ohio before learning to be a librarian. She released her first book, The Prince Instructions, in 1934. She possessed a Maryland bookstore known as Mystery Home. She was created in Cleveland, Ohio to Adalbert and Bertha Norton. She under no circumstances wedded. She was inspired by C.S. Lewis.