ABOUT ERIN BROWN CONROY, MA
Erin Brown Conroy, MA, MFA, is a professional writer, instructor, and coach who has authored seven books (including 20 Secrets to Success with Your Child, “My Kid is Driving Me Crazy! 14 Realistic Expectations that Make Parenting Easier, 40 Days to Balanced Parenting, and Miracle in the City of Angels) and numerous materials regarding mastery education–including Simplified Writing 101: Top Secrets for College Writing Success. Erin taught six years for Patrick Henry College as online Professor of Writing Composition and Research — and taught research and composition for nine years with Cornerstone University’s Professional and Graduate Studies Division, both on line and in the classroom for associates, bachelors, and masters students.Erin also taught leadership and management; organizational development; motivational theory and practice; individual and group behavior; and health and wellness. Before instructing at Cornerstone and PHC, Professor Brown Conroy worked for the Department of Veteran Affairs teaching individual clients in rehabilitation, writing educational material, and supervising individual veteran programs.In addition to creating reading and writing curricula, Professor Brown Conroy continues to write both non-fiction and fiction books and is a member of the Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI); Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA); and Capitol City Writer’s Association (CCWA). Erin’s True North Reading: The Complete Mastery Reading and Spelling Program™ is a -multi-sensory reading program for children with LIVE online classes (www.truenorthreading.com). Erin has been quoted in print publications such as Parents and Parenting magazines; the Chicago Tribune and Dallas Morning News; and web sites such as geoparent.com, iparenting.com, and familyresource.com.Erin completed her Masters of Fine Arts in Fiction Writing at Western Colorado State University and lives in Michigan with five of her 13 children who still live at home.
Write passionately. Write persistently.