Andrea Osmun has worked as a freelance writer for the past 10 years and prides herself in her versatility as a writer and journalist. She graduated in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in professional writing from Taylor University Fort Wayne.
She interned at The News-Sentinel and The Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly. A couple of her business stories landed on the Knight-Ridder news wire and were subsequently published in newspapers all over the country, including the Indianapolis Star and the Detroit Free-Press.
Before the Avon Patch, she worked as a staff writer at the Avon/Avon Lake Press and The Conway Daily Sun, in New Hampshire. There, she wrote features and covered local business, government and school news.
She also has published articles, reviews, and devotions in Northern Indiana Lakes Magazine, Campus Life, Evangel, The Secret Place, Church Libraries, and Christianity Today and has written radio scripts for Taylor University president Dr. Gene Habecker, which he has read on the air on WBCL in Fort Wayne.
Andrea grew up in North Ridgeville and now lives in Elyria with her husband, Keith, who is also a writer.