Michelle Connell has been a part-time freelance writer for nearly 20 years. She has written devotionals, personal experience articles, and hundreds of book reviews. She is a contributor to Tyndale’s Life Verse Devotional, Guidepost’s Expecting Miracles, and currently reviews for CBA Retailers + Resources Magazine, and Christian Home & School Magazine. She lives in Illinois, part of the St. Louis metro east area, with her husband, four children and their ADHD Bichon frise poodle mix. Some of her favorite authors are James Scott Bell, Sarah Sundin, Jacqueline Winspear, Laura Childs, Mary Higgins Clark, Agatha Christie and Harlan Coben. Lately when she isn’t reading or writing, she’s been enjoying the antics on the hit ABC show, Castle.
After years of non-fiction writing—and being published in newspapers as diverse as The Orange County Register in California and the Turtle Mountain Star in North Dakota—Beverly Lindbo began her life long dream of writing fiction. With countless writers’ conferences, and workshops to her credit, she has “two almost completed” books in the bottom drawer of her desk, and is editing her first suspense novel and hopes to have it completed before the end of 2013. Her cheering section includes husband, Don, and adult kids Chris, Carrie and son-in-law Pete as well as four fantastic grandchildren Chad, Matthew, Thomas and Rachel and Willie the Wonderdog.
Susan Korich has had a love for writing since she was in high school. After taking the Christian Writer’s Guild correspondence course and being in a writer’s group for 12 years she is ready to be a serious writer. That translates to she wants to be writer that gets paid. As far a publishing she has written devotions for her church’s Bible study as well as the history for a local children’s home. Participating in the National Novel Writing Month she has produced 2 novels that may never be ready to see the light of day. She would love to be a writer of mysteries. Right now she is preparing the first cookbook in a series to be published on Amazon Kindle.
Pat Meyers has been writing for years – for the companies she worked for, for the church where she served, among others. Ten years ago she began writing under her own name. She has a long list of titles for children’s ministry available on her website: ChildrensChurchStuff.com as well as many books available on Kindle including her first fiction book for young girls: Caitlin’s Summer Adventure. You can see all of her Kindle books here: Patricia Meyers’ Author Page. Pat is a mother of three, mother-in-law of three, and Grammy of three with the fourth on the way! Her delight is in her God, in her family, and in her friends. Oh, and she loves writing, too.