Nancy Weber was born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1942. She has lived in Greenwich Village since she was twenty. She has two wonderful children. The father of one is a science fiction author; the father of the other isn't.
"What if?" has been the operative question behind many of her books, including '"Brokenhearted," a romantic novel about a heart-and-personality transplant; and "The Life Swap," her memoir about trading places with a stranger for a week in the 70s. Her short story "Might Have Been," published in The Sun, is based on the risky premise that aborted fetuses might have a life in an alternate universe.
Biography provided by the author, September 2002.