Danielle Owen has worked as a freelance editor and writing instructor since 2008. She has also taught college courses on intercultural communication and group dynamics at Trinity International University.

She earned an M.A. in Communication and Culture from Trinity International University, a B.A. in Communication from Louisiana Baptist University, and an A.A. in Biblical Studies from New Tribes Bible Institute, as well as attained the Apprentice, Journeyman, and Craftsman Level certifications from the Christian Writers Guild.

Mystery is Danielle’s favorite genre to both read and write. Writing under her maiden name, Danielle Grandinetti, Danielle’s short stories and articles have appeared in several publications. She has also written The Vanishing Kidnapper, a middle grade historical mystery.

Over the years, Danielle has had the privilege of doing short-term missions work in various countries, including Bolivia, Italy, England, and Uganda, as well as volunteer work with junior highers.

Though a Chicagoland native, Danielle now lives in Wisconsin with her husband, little boy, and big puppy. She also enjoys a good cup of tea.