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Carole’s Short Bio
Carole Lehr Johnson is a veteran travel consultant of more than 30 years and has served as head of genealogy at her local library. Her love of tea and scones, castles and cottages, and all things British have led her to immerse her writing in the United Kingdom whether in the genre of historical or contemporary fiction.
She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the president of her local chapter. She and her husband live in Louisiana with their goofy cats. Permelia Cottage is her first novel.
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Carole’s Long Bio
Carole Lehr Johnson is a veteran travel consultant of more than 30 years and served as head of genealogy at her local library. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and the president of her local ACFW chapter.
She has traveled across the world and prefers the rolling hills of England. Other than writing, she enjoys involvement with church ministries, photography, cooking, gardening, genealogy, travel, and a spot of tea.
A true Anglophile, Carole loves all things British, thus her branding, Tea Time for the Heart, revolves around U.K.-based fiction for lovers of tea and scones, castles and cottages, and more. Her love of the U.K. has taken her across the pond many times to explore its gorgeous landscapes and architecture as she conducts research for her novels.
Carole has published short stories in several anthologies, travel articles, devotionals, and won a local writing contest. Her debut novel, Permelia Cottage, released in May 2020. Her next novel releases in spring 2021. Visit Carole online through her website – www.carolelehrjohnson.com, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Goodreads. Contact her through Facebook or by e-mail at email@example.com.
She lives in Louisiana with her husband, Max, and two goofy cats, Lizzy (named after Elizabeth Bennett) and Sam. Her only child, Daniel, lives in San Francisco.