New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author Julie Cantrell was the editor-in-chief of the Southern Literary Review. She has been a freelance writer for ten years and has published two children’s books. She has contributed to more than a dozen books, and her first novel, Into the Free, hit shelves February 1, 2012 (David C. Cook).
Julie’s second novel, When Mountains Move, continues the story of fan-favorite Millie Reynolds. It is scheduled to release September, 2013 (also by David C. Cook).
Julie was honored to receive the 2011-12 Mississippi Arts Commission Literary Artist Fellowship. She is also a certified speech-language pathologist and currently teaches English as a second language to elementary students in Mississippi where Julie and her family operate Valley House Farm.
Julie is represented by Greg Johnson of WordServe Literary. Learn more about the realm of publishing by following the WordServe Watercooler, where Julie joins more than 70 authors to discuss the writing life. You can also find Julie blogging weekly with the Southern Belles, a group of southern female authors who gather on the cyberporch each day to chat about family, faith, fiction, food, and fun: http://www.southernbelleviewdaily.com/
And just for fun, Julie has shared some smiles from her friends on the farm. See more under Extraordinary Extras.