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Kathryn Haueisen earned a degree in Journalism from Bowling Green State University and set to work working in public relations, first at The Defiance College, a small liberal arts college, and then her alma mater, Bowling Green State University, before heading home to establish a freelance writing career. During that time, she taught Adult Continuing Education classes on freelance writing. When her daughters started school, she returned to work for a variety of non-profit organizations until retiring to focus more on writing in 2014.

She’s published five books – four of them traditionally - and dozens of magazine articles on travel, history, social issues, and family life. Her first novel, Asunder, was her first hybrid publishing adventure. Green Writers Press will release her historic fiction Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures in 2020.

Her articles have appeared in such publications as Writer’s Digest, Marriage & Family Living, House Beautiful, Highlights for Children, Camping Journal, and a variety of faith-based and regional publications.

She writes weekly blogs at, focusing on people and programs making useful contributions to the common good.

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A Ready Hope: Effective Disaster Ministry for Congregations
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SynopsisA Ready Hope: Effective Disaster Ministry for Congregations is an introduction for people of faith who are new to the ministry of disaster preparedness and response. Authors Kathy Haueisen and Carol Flores have both personal and professional experience dealing with the tropical storms and hurricanes that have roared through the Gulf Coast region the past decade. Residents of Houston, Texas, they have worked closely with ecumenical faith-based and other nongovernmental networks,...

Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures
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SynopsisFor thousands of years two distinct cultures evolved unaware of one another’s existence. Separated by what one culture called The Great Sea and known to the other as the Atlantic Ocean, the course of each culture’s future changed irreversibly four hundred years ago. In 1620 the Mayflower delivered 102 refugees and fortune seekers from England to Cape Cod, where these two cultures first encountered one another. The English sought religious freedom and fresh financial opportunities. The...