Connie Lounsbury is an author and public speaker with seven books and 34 short stories published in the United States and Japan. She also ghostwrites books.
She has received several prestigious writing awards, including the 1998 Guideposts Writer’s Contest and First Place Award in the inspirational category of the 2002 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, Minnesota, and had a previous career in legal and business administration areas.
Connie and her husband David live on 80 acres of peace and quiet in rural Minnesota. They have four grown daughters, sons-in-laws, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Her volunteer work includes Faith Lutheran Church, Charis Prison Ministry, and Food Share. In her spare time she enjoys reading, quilting, and traveling.
“Connie is a word artist with a rich palette of colors. Whether writing her own prize-winning stories, collaborating, ghostwriting, editing, or teaching proven principles to help others write their stories and books, she is an accomplished master utilizing years of highly-qualified experience. She is gifted at focusing her skills to benefit individuals or groups in a variety of ways.”
—DELORES TOPLIFF, author of Whoosh and Adjunct Professor, Northwestern and Maranatha Colleges