Michelle Isenhoff writes for tweens and teens. Sometimes her stories take place in the past; other times they involve fantastical plots or new worlds. More recently, Michelle had a blast writing the first book in a humorous, high-action series. She’ll never include profanity or objectionable content in works meant for children.
Michelle is committed to providing a quality literary experience for her readers. Not only is she continually honing her craft, she strives for professional quality. Every book undergoes several rounds of critical editing, and design issues she has not mastered are hired out to those with experience.
When Michelle’s not writing imaginary adventures, she’s probably off on one. She loves roller coasters and swimming in big waves. She’s an avid runner. She likes big dogs, high school football games, old graveyards, and wearing flip-flops all winter. Her dream vacation would include lots of castle ruins, but so far she’s had to settle for pictures on Pinterest. Once an elementary teacher, Michelle now homeschools two of her three kids and looks forward to summer break as much as they do.
Michelle’s books have been lauded by teachers and homeschoolers alike. Educators are invited to request free digital copies. Michelle is also pleased to provide complimentary copies to book bloggers and to announce that her books are now available to retailers through Baker & Taylor’s wholesale distribution.
As an indie absolutely dedicated to professional quality, Michelle likes to stay current in the children’s literature field. Her blog features conservative reviews of her latest reads as well as some non-fiction posts about writing and publishing. She is the founder and proud member of Emblazon.
Michelle often receives emails from grown-ups (as old as 79) who encourage her to keep writing for “us kids!”