Born and raised in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, LeAnne McKinley barely finished her English degree on time, achieving the last pesky credit hour with a 50 page paper on the cultural significance of the sea monster in Lake Champlain. After changing jobs six times, she packed up and headed west to the dusty feet of the Sandia Mountains in New Mexico. After changing jobs four more times, she met her husband and shortly thereafter fell in love, with her husband’s book collection. She spends most of her free time reading books by Charlotte Bronte, Jane Austen, C.S. Lewis and Dorothy Sayers, among others. She writes in order to understand love, theology, and the many ways we misunderstand one another; to ask big questions and find small answers.
She currently lives on an island in the Gulf of Mexico (okay, its connected to Texas by a bridge), with her husband and playful children who have yet to learn that when Mommy is writing, she is not available to answer the question why.
She can be found on Facebook at www.facebook/leannemckinleyauthor.com