Julie Hilton Steele is an eclectic soul who’s done everything from work in a lab to pastor a church. But no matter what she’s done, she’s always been reading and writing. As a published non-fiction writer, she focused on devotions and articles about her faith and life experience, social issues, spiritual formation and church curriculum. Now she’s discovered the fun of writing fiction, immersed herself in the 1940s and WWII, creating stories set in her birthplace of Washington DC or her most favorite place in the United States, Hawaii but still weaving messages about the gift of faith and the love of God.
If she’s not writing, she’s on Pinterest, hiking, reading or wrangling grandkidlets with her husband in the Piedmont of North Carolina.
With a B.S. degree in microbiology from N.C. State and a Masters of Christian Education and Masters of Divinity equivalence from Duke University (“how do both of those live in your head?”), she only gets really confused during basketball season.
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