Monday, March 7, 2011

Shellie Neumeier's Driven

Guest post by Lisa Lickel.

Meet Shellie Neumeier, debut author wants to encourage the future generation by letting them know that God does have a plan for them and it’s a good one, even though it may not seem that way right now.  She says, "This generation of young adults has almost unlimited access to their world with the ease of travel and the internet. They have the amazing opportunity to change their world unlike any previous generation, but they’re also bombarded with harsh realism and even harsher dramatized 'realism' at a very young age. It would be very easy to forget that they have a purpose and it comes from God."

"I never expected to get published. Driven is the first thing I wrote, and not even a year has passed. It's a God thing."

Shellie's Web site: www.ShellieNeumeier.com.
Find her on Facebook.


Driven

Robyn loves her friends, enjoys her youth group, and looks forward to meeting cute Caleb Montague. But when a caustic news reporter challenges her school’s prayer team, Robyn must choose: defend their right to meet on campus and pray for whomever they wish or back down at the principal’s request.

Now she must learn what God wants her to do. And she had better learn fast, because there’s a supernatural enemy in town whose sole mission is to stop her—no matter the cost.



Shellie and her husband have been married more than two decades and have four wonderful kiddos and two goofy greyhounds. After receiving her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, she went on to acquire an early childhood education certificate.  Shellie also served in youth, children’s, special needs and family ministries for over twenty-two years.

Now she enjoys teaching her teens how to drive and chauffeuring her preteens across the Wisconsin countryside. And once in a while, she loves to read big people books (you know the kind without pictures).

Shellie writes because it keeps her away from her husband’s power tools and because every now and then, she doesn’t have the choice, it just takes over.  Her best inspiration comes from God and the occasional walk along a country road with her greyhounds.


Three things about Shellie you might not know:
  • She doesn't care to fly
  • She can't cook; even her mother says so
  • She's a seasonal tax preparer

Find out next time how Shellie's electronic and print book launch launches went.



You can purchase Driven from Amazon.

Shellie is giving away a copy of Driven. To be entered in the book giveaway, leave a comment. You can enter the book giveaway twice--once on each spotlight post.

Guest post by Lisa Lickel.

17 comments:

cjajsmommy said...

This book sounds perfect for a certain young lady the Lord has brought across my path. Please enter me to win a copy.

Marianne said...

would love to review this book for _wanhm[at]yahoo[dot]comou and Shellie. Thanks for the interview and the chance tow win. mitzi-

lgm52 said...

Thanks for the interview/review...sounds great!
lgm52@hotmail.com

Joanne Sher said...

Definitely wanting this book. Thanks :)

Linda said...

I have a niece in mind that would love this book. Please enter me.

desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

Elaine Cooper said...

Awesome topic, Shellie! I want to give a copy to my pastor for the youth in our church. Congratulations!

Charity said...

Please enter me! This looks like a great book and would be wonderful for my younger siblings. Thanks!

esterried[at]yahoo[dot]com

Shellie said...

Thank you all for the kind words and encouragement. Good luck to you:).

Anonymous said...

It's an awesome book! If I won it, I would put it in our church's resource center so all the teens in the church would have access!
Susan Baganz

Linda Kish said...

This sounds like a great book!

Thanks for the chance to win.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great read!
Sunny

karenk said...

thanks for the chance to read this fabulous novel :)

karenk
kmkuka at yahoo dot com

debijackson said...

This looks great and I would love to read it
djackson1958 (at) hotmail.com

apple blossom said...

I have a 20 year old daughter that doesn't cook either. She told me the other day she found a T-shirt she needed it said....

Sure I cook
and then there was a picture of a microwave oven.

I'd love to win this book thanks

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

Shellie said...

Apple Blossom,
Gotta know where to find that shirt! Love it!:D

Meredith said...

If she leaves the hubby to his power tools, she should have plenty of time to write! Great post!

meredithfl at gmail dot com

windycindy said...

I like the whole idea behind her books...
Thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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