Hannah Hall’s future truly began to take shape on her first day of Kindergarten. Paired up to be in a reading group with a mischievous little redheaded boy, Hannah both realized her love of well-written story and met her future husband.
Just a couple years down the road, on her seventh birthday, Hannah’s mother dressed up like a gypsy, gazed into her crystal ball (aka snow globe) and predicted that Hannah was going to grow up to be an author. Her powers were astonishing.
Sadly, time passed and Hannah became too “cool” to read and write stories. She immersed herself in trying to be popular, struggled with who she was and who God wanted her to be, and forgot that He had made her to write.
But God was faithful.
After she graduated from college with a degree in Broadcasting, Hannah realized that the life of a news anchor was not for her. She floated from job to job, wrote for teeny tiny magazines, learned to be a wife, settled in small-town Arkansas, and fell deeply in love with God before taking on the both the greatest and hardest job she’s ever had: being a mom.
Now as a wife to a red-bearded worship pastor and a homemaker with a growing family, Hannah is passionate about bringing God glory wherever she is and in whatever she’s doing, whether it be in the midst of “training” one of her five kiddos, through discipleship with younger women, or through writing little books for little readers.