Joshua Senter was raised in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri where he was homeschooled along with his four sisters on a five hundred acre cattle farm. He moved to Los Angeles in August 1997 and three years later, received a bachelor’s degree in filmmaking from Art Center College of Design. In 2002 he began writing for the hit Showtime series The L Word. A year after that, he joined the international phenomenon, Desperate Housewives, where he was nominated for a Writer’s Guild of America award for his episode, Don’t Look at Me. In 2013 Joshua began writing and co-producing a new show for ABC Family, Chasing Life. And on July 22, 2014 his debut novel Daisies was released by Diversion Books.