Rebecca Moesta (pronounced MESS-tuh) wanted to be an author since her early teens, but it wasn't until 1991 that she began writing in earnest. Her solo novels include Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Little Things and three novels in the Junior Jedi Knights series. With her husband, Kevin J. Anderson, she wrote the original Crystal Doors trilogy, the original Star Challengers trilogy (with June Scobee Rodgers), two young adult Titan A.E. novels, two high-tech Star Wars Pop-up Books, the movie novelizations The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Supernova, a novel based one the popular StarCraft computer game, and a Star Trek graphic novel, The Gorn Crisis. The team, currently working on a Young Adult fantasy series, also wrote a series of fourteen young adult Star Wars novels, Young Jedi Knights.
In addition to more than 35 fiction books (many under pseudonyms) and several short stories, Moesta has had photographs, computer art, and nonfiction articles published in numerous magazines.
Born in Heidelberg, Germany, to American parents, and raised in Southern California, Moesta has traveled extensively. She has one son, who is married and has two sons of his own. She is Executive Editor of WordFire Press and CEO of WordFire, Inc., the company that she and Kevin J. Anderson jointly own. Moesta is currently writing a Young Adult fiction series. Her remaining time is spent serving as final reader and copyeditor on her husband's manuscripts.