Jillayne Clements holds a Bachelor's degree in Family and Human Development from Utah State University and is an author of both fiction and non-fiction books. After being diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, she studied the importance of whole foods cooking and began creating her own recipes. She has taught classes in her community and at the Young Living Farm, including their yearly Lavender Days events, as well as catered for some of their essential oil conventions. She has also made TV appearances making whole food and gluten-free goodies on Good Things Utah, Studio 5, and Fresh Living. Jillayne resides with her husband and children in the shadows of Mt. Nebo, where she enjoys writing fiction, four-wheeling up mountain trails and Little Sahara Sand Dunes, and growing a lot of her own produce.