Symonds was raised in an Irish Catholic family in Brooklyn, New York. Growing
up in an apartment building in Brooklyn was like living in the United Nations.
Each apartment had a family of a different culture. Aromas would fill the
building; Italian sauce simmering on a stove, Polish kielbasa tempting the pallet,
or her mother’s rice pudding calling her name. She is proud to be a Brooklynite.
She spent the first twelve years of her education in the parochial school
system. Following a career in nursing and raising a family Georgette went on to
volunteer for the police department in the Criminal Investigations Unit. Utilizing
her knowledge of spiritual and emotional conflict she became a published author.
Having always had a passion to write she gets great joy out of bringing her
characters to life for the reader to get to know and spend time with.
is a member of the International Women’s Writing Guild, Sister’s in Crime and is
a Goodreads Author. She has been featured on the television show For the
Record. She has also been on radio shows, Tony Jackson Irish Country and New
York’s KJOY98.3-FM Jim & Kim Morning Show. Her books have sold internationally.