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Come and meet hometown author DONNA CRONK!
DONNA CRONK GREW UP on her family’s corn, soybean and beef-cattle farm in tiny Union County, Indiana. She graduated from Union County High School in 1977. She knew as a teenager that she wanted to be a newspaper reporter. For three decades she has considered it a privilege to tell other people’s stories.
Cronk has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana State University. She has served as reporter, managing editor, lifestyle-section editor, columnist and women’s quarterly-magazine editor while working at two Indiana newspapers, first in Attica, then in New Castle. She has written freelance pieces for various state and national magazines.
She has won numerous awards from the Hoosier State Press Association, and the Indiana Associated Press Managing Editors Newswriting Contests.
Married to Brian, a career public-school educator who has served in various teaching and administrative positions, including at Union County High School in the late 1970s-early 1980s, they are parents of two sons: Sam and Ben, and a daughter-in-law, Allison, who is married to Sam. They live in Pendleton.
Cronk enjoys antiques, home crafts, decorating projects, and is enrolled in Bible Study Fellowship. She is active in her church, in a life group of friends called Midlife Moms (MLMS), and enjoys lots of family and girlfriend time, along with travel. This is the author’s first novel.
Date: March 15, 2014 at 1:00 PM