Meet J.E.B. Spredemann

Meet J.E.B. Spredemann!

By the grace of God, J.E.B. Spredemann resides in beautiful Southern Indiana Amish country and writes Christian fiction.

Over the years, J.E.B. Spredemann has evolved. What started out as an author team (J.E.B.) with Jennifer, Emily, and Brandi, has primarily become J. Spredemann. Emily found the love of her life, and Brandi now writes on her own as Brandi Gabriel. Together this writing team penned what is known as the Amish Girls Series, a fun series of eight YA books plus A Christmas of Mercy. Jennifer and Brandi still occasionally write together, their latest title being If He Only Knew (Michelynn Christy and Brandi Gabriel) a Christian romance set in the 1960s.

To date, the author has penned 21 Amish-themed books, including the Amish by Accident trilogy, Amish Fairly Tales (an Amish fiction take on classic fairy tales,) and the Amish Secrets series, some of which have won awards, topped best seller lists, and have been nominated in the Best of Amish Fiction poll on Goodreads. J.E.B. Spredemann has been blessed to have readers compare her books to Beverly Lewis, Wanda E. Brunstetter, and Karen Kingsbury. By God’s goodness, Harlequin’s Love Inspired books have recently acquired mass market paperback rights to several J.E.B. Spredemann titles, which means you’ll be seeing them on Walmart shelves.

J. Spredemann has also released Contemporary Christian Romance, Historical Christian Romance, and Christian Mail Order Bride titles under the pen name Michelynn Christy.
It is the author’s hope that the books uplift you, inspire you, make you laugh, touch your heart, and bring you closer to God. To GOD alone be the glory!

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8 thoughts on “Meet J.E.B. Spredemann!

  1. The same thing has happened to me! I read a lot of Amish books, and there have been times I say that’s not Amish! Maybe I need to not be so critical, since I don’t know everything about the Amish.🤦

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