Mary Elizabeth Hall has partly home-educated her three daughters in the sunny South. They laugh about how they can’t roast marshmallows without experimenting to see how various snack foods burn on a stick. They’re also the only family they know who have an 8-foot handmade catapult in their basement. (Mary’s secret prayer is that her husband will dispose of the thing someday before he dies!)
With degrees from Cornell and Syracuse, Mary has a professional background in human services and program management, but she’s found that her true passion is for writing and editing. She’s published community research and has done revision writing for Sonlight Curriculum. Her novel Amberly was released in August 2012, and is available on Amazon.com and in all the usual places. Her short story Healer was released in 2011 in Fables for Japan, an anthology to benefit Japan’s tsunami victims, available as a free download. She also illustrates, and drew the map inside Amberly. For updates and info on upcoming releases, “Like” her Facebook Author Page.
Mary enjoys inspiring people to love the Lord and prays that all she writes will honor Him. When she’s not teaching, grading, scrubbing, folding, or chasing (and occasionally writing), she enjoys drawing and photography, teaching guitar, and helping lead worship. Join the conversation and follow her blog!