Jane Reville is a retired teacher from Anne Arundel County public schools. She grew up in Baltimore and then moved to Anne Arundel County where she has resided with her husband for 46 years. Jane has three grown children and four grandchildren who live in Maryland. She belongs to the Downs Park Quilters and Galilee Lutheran Chancel Choir. Since retiring, Jane and her husband have more time for sailing on the Chesapeake and traveling. Her first writing group was in Cheltenham England located in Lewis Carroll’s carriage house. Jane Reville is the author of "The Plaid Robe", a memoir of a Baltimore girl. She is currently writing a children’s historical novel about a raven that interacts with events on the Chesapeake.