Erin Healy loves to write about thin places – those mysterious locations where the veil between the spiritual and physical is thin enough to see through – but in doing so, her books become thin places themselves, connecting the reader with the spiritual through her use of imagery and metaphor. Her novels are breathtaking, meaningful, and magnificent.
- Josh Olds, LifeIsStory.com
Erin Healy began her career in the world of writing in the mid-1990s as an editor for Christian Parenting Today. After advancing from assistant editor, to associate editor, to editor while working for the magazine, she moved on to serve as a book editor for WaterBrook Press. She founded WordWright Editorial Services in 2002, where she has specialized in fiction book development.
She is the award-winning editor of numerous bestselling novels, and has worked with popular authors such as Frank Peretti, James Scott Bell, Randy Singer, Ted Dekker, and many more. Healy began working for Dekker in 2002, editing 12 of his stories before collaborating with him as a coauthor on Kiss. Healy followed this up with another collaboration with Dekker, Burn, which released January 2010. In 2007, Healy received the Fiction Editor of the Year award.
Healy’s solo novels deal with the concept of thin places, a Celtic name for locations where the veil between physical and spiritual realities is so slim that a person can see through it. For her, thin places are revelations, bridges between the seen and unseen elements of our lives. Her books are journeys into the mysterious places where the spiritual world intersects what is familiar to us, and changes it forever.
Healy currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colo., with her husband, Tim, and two children. She is the director of the Academy of Christian Editors, as well as a member of International Thriller Writers and the American Christian Fiction Writers.
Kiss (w/ Ted Dekker) (2009)
Burn (w/ Ted Dekker) (2010)
Never Let You Go (2010)
The Promises She Keeps (2011)
The Baker’s Wife (2011)
House of Mercy (2012)
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