Robynne Elizabeth Miller has authored three nonfiction books as well as numerous articles and stories. Her first book, “From the Mouth of Ma,” is a look at Caroline Quiner Ingalls, the mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Her second book, “Pioneer Mixology,” is a quirky history and survey (with recipes!) of beverages that the Ingalls would have enjoyed, as well as others they would most definitely have not! Her most recent work is the newly released “The Three Faces of Nellie,” an in-depth biography of the three women (Genevieve Masters, Nellie Owens, and Estella Gilbert) who made up the composite Little House character of Nellie Oleson.
Robynne also blogs extensively at mylittelprairiehome.com and thepracticalpioneer.com. Aside from writing, Robynne is a speaker, editor, and writing coach. She also teaches at writers conferences and local writers workshops. Robynne leads two writing/critique groups and is the Communications Director for the Inspire Christian Writers board of directors. Robynne has an MFA in Creative Writing from Ashland University, Ohio.
Robynne lives with her British husband, and the youngest of their four cheeky children, in the snowy woods of the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. When not writing, Robynne loves singing, felling trees, and making bacon from scratch.