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Julia grew up Southeastern Wisconsin, the fourth of five children. She studied at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where she graduated with a degree in Secondary English and Theatre Education. While attending college, she had several short stories published in the university literary arts magazine, The Muse. In addition, one short story, “Sea of Glass,” won first-place prize for prose in the university’s annual writing competition in 2008. In 2015, Julia was awarded the Region 2 Arts Council Individual Artist Grant.
She currently resides in rural Minnesota with her impossibly wonderful husband where she is pursuing a Master of Library Science and writing whenever she can. Seven Stones is her first novel.
Moving to Scotland is when it all starts. While Keilann had been living in Chicago, almost everything about her life had been normal. Everything is going according to plan until her father takes a teaching job in Scotland.
That’s when everything changes.
Terrifying nightmares begin to haunt her nights. And though Keilann tries to deny it, a series of inexplicable coincidences makes her consider the impossible: perhaps her dreams are not mere illusions, but a window into Scotland’s turbulent past.
Julia would love to meet you! To have her come speak at your store, library, school, or book club (Skype or in person), feel free to contact her:CONTACT JULIA
You are also welcome to contact her publicist Krista Rolfzen Soukup at Blue Cottage Agency: 218-828-4717