If you're looking for a formal biography and photos to use for a book review or article, you may copy this bio. Leanna Mae, nonfiction author of 4 books thus far, writes adult workbooks and educational guides on a variety of topics within lifestyle & health + wellness. Her bookography includes Happily Frugal: A wise money management workbook, The Subject of Salvation: A topical bible study guide, Lactation Lessons From Leanna, & The Book Coach’s Secrets: A guide for self-publishing authors. Her ideal reader is the driven individual seeking knowledge to improve their life through reading, taking classes, and striving to elevate their journey. Education is empowerment. Leanna loves to connect with people who love to learn and grow. You can learn more about her books at www.LeannaMae.org Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter at the links given on her website.
Her degree is in health sciences. She is particularly passionate about evidence based maternal-infant health care. She also holds a passion for supporting and encouraging individuals with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse disorders. With a heart for patient education, she loves to teach. She enjoys watching people grow on their own unique journeys in life. Leanna is an INTJ with a love for — okay, obsession with — writing, organizing information, presenting knowledge in an easily applicable manner, and learning about the things that interest her. When she’s not busy writing, she’s probably thinking about what to write next.
Casually about me
If you want to know who I am, here is your starter kit. This is me.
* I’m Christian. I was atheist until I was 17. I became a Christian in November 2005. Deciding to follow Jesus was the best thing I ever did. * I love to write. I'm an author :) I have 4 books so far. * I'm an INTJ personality type, although I'm very close to INFJ. * My degree is in health sciences. * I'm certified as a breastfeeding specialist. * I love to teach. Patient education is where my heart is. My favorite way to teach is through my writing. * My favorite areas of health care are women's health and the chemical dependency side of mental health. * I have a very strong passion for evidence based practices in maternal-infant health care. I was definitely made to be a "birthworker" as some call it. * I’m a very passionate person. I have an unquenchable thirst for learning about things that interest me. * I want to spend my life helping others improve their lives. I grow by growing others. I enjoy watching people on their journey of progress and self-discovery. * I'm a really big fan of autumn. I get extremely excited about pumpkin season. I talk about it all year long. I even keep a few fall decorations out year-round because it makes me happy.
My hobbies and activities include ~ writing ~ reading ~ researching whatever interests me ~ making lists makes me happy ~ organizing things ~ Pinterest ~ drinking coffee in the middle of the night (always decaf though) ~ eating an excessive amount of burritos ~ pondering the universe ~ introverting
My interests include ~ books! (In case you didn't notice my love for books by the whole author status. I even have a tattoo of a stack of books :) ~ learning about whatever catches my attention ~ maternal-infant health care ~ drug abuse counseling, treatment, epidemic, etc.. ~ public health ~ safety of chemicals and the impact on our health and the environment ~ learning more self-sufficiency skills such as gardening, food preservation, and sewing, etc... ~ deep, meaningful conversation with the rare humans that can stimulate my mind ~ social issues