Written by Tori Eldridge
Tori Eldridge is a Honolulu-born writer, a 5th degree black belt ninja, and a former actress, dancer, singer on Broadway, television, and film. She writes action-packed, culturally-rich thrillers and mystically intriguing suspense, empowering non-fiction, and has taught ninjutsu and empowerment across the country.
Tori Eldridge is a Honolulu-born suspense writer and modern-day ninja. Her debut novel, THE NINJA DAUGHTER, the first book in the Lily Wong series (out 11/5), was inspired by her short story, “Call Me Dumpling,” featured in Suspense Magazine’s Best of 2014. Other short stories by Tori appear in several anthologies, and her screenplay The Gift earned a semi-finalist place for the Nicholl Fellowship. Tori holds a fifth-degree black belt in To Shin Do Ninjutsu.