Mark your calendar - Tuesday, August 28, 2012!
MIDDLEBURY, IN - Washington state resident, Wanda Brunstetter, will be visiting Das Dutchman Essenhaus in Middlebury, Indiana, to conduct and autograph session. Ms. Brunstetter is a best-selling author of non-fiction novels about the Amish which are available for sale at the Essenhaus campus.
Intrigued by writing since she was a child, Brunstetter took a course on writing for children and teenages in 1980. At that point, she became serious about a career as an author and began to write stories, articles, poems and devotionals which appeared in various Christian publications.
Fascinated by the Amish culture and community during frequent trips over many years to Pennsylvania to visit her husband's family, Wanda combined her interest in Amish with her talent in writing. "I enjoy writing about the Amish," Brunstetter explaines, "because they live a peaceful, simple life...something I feel everyone needs in this day and age."
The author, who lives in Washington with her husband, Richard, is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writer's Association. Copies of books written by Wanda Brunstetter, including her latest releases, "The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club" and "The Struggle" are available for purchase at Das Dutchman Essenhaus in the restaurant building and the Village Shops. She will be conducting her autograph session, answering questions and discussing her experiences during her visit to the property. Ms. Brunstetter will be visitng the restaurant building August 28th, from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm.