Author Meet & Greet

That's right, internationally bestselling author Genevieve Raas and I will be present for an author meet and greet and book signing! See details on our event page. RSVP on Facebook and share the event on your timeline for a chance to win a signed paperback of one of our novels! In other news, I want... Continue Reading →

On School Visits and Vegetarians

 Greetings from the library at Marian, where I am procrastinating on final projects for half of my classes. It has been a while! I have had a great semester, not only in my studies but with my author visits. I have had the opportunity to speak at many elementary schools and meet some very enthusiastic students... Continue Reading →

What a Week!

I am pleased to say that finals are done and I'm officially a graduate! Sure, I'm going to do some studying in my own time over the summer, but I'm finished with my formal classes. Hooray for class of '09! I look forward to attending Marian University this fall. Straight after taking my last final,... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Event!

This weekend, for the third time, I will attend the IAHE homeschool convention. Friday and Saturday I'll be signing books with the Baker Trittin Press booth. This is an exciting event for me as a homeschooler and a writer. After all, only two years ago I heard about the book competition at the convention. Now... Continue Reading →

School Visit at Traders Point

Monday and Wednesday of this week, I had an opportunity to speak to the students of Traders Point Christian Academy. What a great group of kids! It is always an encouraging experience to speak with budding writers and tell them my story of becoming a published author. Since TPCA is a Christian school, I could also incorperate... Continue Reading →

School Visits This Week

A big thanks to the students of Clinton Young Elementary! Last week I had the opportunity to come participate in their literacy night, and it was a lot of fun. Yesterday, I also got to visit a fifth grade class in Brownsburg's Reagan Elementary. The students had great questions, and I feel blessed to have... Continue Reading →

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