Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Shellie Neumeier holds a degree in Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, with a minor in Psychology, Sociology and Social Studies. A devoted mother of four, Shellie previously worked on staff with Northbrook Church as the King’s Kids ministry assistant (serving children in grades 2nd through 5th), developing and writing curriculum, involving families and volunteers in King’s Kids programs and encouraging the spiritual growth in school-aged children. Shellie’s YA novel, Driven, is now available in electronic form and is scheduled for print release March 1, 2011 from Risen Fiction. She is an active member of SCBWI and ACFW as well as a contributing author at various blogs including, and

Driven by Shellie Neumeier
Kindle release: December 1, 2010
Paperback release: March 1, 2011


  1. I love these video interviews. Nice work, girls!

  2. Thanks, Michelle! We're hoping they take off, especially since just about anybody with a smart phone can take decent videos of themselves now. Plus, readers like seeing and hearing their favorite authors talk about their books!

  3. Love it.

    Shellie attended our chapter meeting in January and she had just received author copies of her book that week.

    She brought one along and we were amazed at her publication story--the speed with which she was published. It's apparent God has a plan for that book and He didn't want to delay getting it out there.

  4. Great interview! And what a cool way to do it by video!

  5. Thanks, Missy. More and more, I think readers want to feel like they know their favorite authors. This is one way we're hoping to help accomplish that. :-)

  6. This is a great interview. How nice for YA readers to be able to see and hear one of their favorite authors.

  7. Thanks your encouragement. **Waves at Pam** Hi there!! God had to be in charge...there's no other way it could have happened the way it did. I'm so grateful, too. Ignorance in this case was definitely bliss:D.

    Elizabeth did a great job pulling the video together. WTG, Elizabeth. Thank you for having me visit! It's been so sweet reading your comments.



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