Lindsay Bonilla

Lindsay Bonilla is a writer, actress, teacher and storyteller. A lover of world travel and overseas missions, Lindsay has traveled to five different continents and has lost count of the number of countries she’s visited! Most days Lindsay stays busy teaching workshops and doing interactive performances of folktales with her storytelling company, World of Difference Ltd, which aims to teach people of all ages about world cultures while inspiring the imagination. When she’s not touring to schools and libraries with World of Difference, she can usually be found writing children’s books, dramatic sketches, magazine articles or screenplays.

Lindsay is the author of three children’s books — Lily and the City of Light, ‘Twas the Year Christ Left Christmas and O Christmas Tree (all available from Guardian Angel Publishing) — and has two more on the way! She also wrote the screenplay and stars in the family-friendly film Flight to India which is based on one of her interactive folktale performances and which seeks to teach children the power of storytelling and imagination. A sequel to Flight to India, Voyage to Russia, has just been completed and will be available at Amazon.com by January 2013. Lindsay also enjoys writing inspirational articles for Priority! magazine, a publication of the Salvation Army.

Lindsay lives in North Canton, Ohio with her husband and biggest supporter, Estith, and their dog, Blitzen. She is grateful every day for the opportunity God has given her to do the work that she loves. She just wishes she had a few more hours each day so she could finish some of the projects she’s started! :)

You can learn more about Lindsay and her books, films and stories at:

www.lindsaybonilla.com

O Christmas Tree


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