Last updated on July 23, 2023
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Please visit Robin Johns Grant and Katherine Harms on May 26, 2014, for the next stop on the tour.Meet Katherine Harms: Katherine and her husband Larry live aboard a bluewater cruising sailboat and cruise the east coast and the Bahamas. It is the perfect writing environment. In 2008, she published Oceans of Love, a collection of meditations based on biblical texts that refer to oceans and water. That same year she wrote her first blog post. She experimented with varieties of blogging topics and blog hosting options. Currently, she writes four blogs, of which Living on Tilt is the flagship.
Katherine has published articles in several magazines, including The Lutheran, Christ in Our Home, Cruising World, and Living Aboard. Her only novel, Hannah’s Journal, won third place in the Christian Writers Guild’s First Novel Contest in 2004. Since that time, she has focused primarily on nonfiction. She also writes materials for worship and faith formation, such as guides for worship, prayer vigils, and Bible study.
Meet Robin Johns Grant: Robin Johns Grant has been writing for most of her life. In fact, she’s been following her publishing dream for so long that she crowned herself the Queen of Perseverance on her blog, where she encourages other weary dreamers.While waiting for her writing to pay off, she wrote and edited university publications, managed an office for a firm of private investigators, and worked as a university financial aid counselor. She also did a lot of crazy fan stuff and developed a fascination with books and movies like Harry Potter and Star Wars, which helped her dream up Jeanine and Jamie for Summer’s Winter. With a degree in English and a mid-life crisis coming on, she returned to school and earned a master’s degree in library and information science in 2005. She now has her best day job ever as a college librarian, which keeps her young by allowing her to hang out with students.Robin lives in Georgia with her wonderful husband, Dave, and formerly feral feline, Mini Pearl. She is also surprised to find herself the part owner of a wonderful pit bull puppy named Pete, who showed up as a stray at her mom’s house.