Doraine Bennett has a Bachelor of Arts in English/Professional Writing from Columbus State University. She has taught classes and workshops for children and adults on literature, grammar, creative writing, poetry and teaching writing. She also home-schooled her kids for 13 years.
She is the editor of the Infantry Bugler, a quarterly magazine of the National Infantry Association as well as a sales representative for Delaney Educational Enterprises.
Doraine has had articles for children or about writing for children published in such magazines as Junior Shooters, Once Upon a Time, and Southern Breeze News. And she has had poetry in The Arden, Authorme.com, Innisfree Poetry Journal, and the Birmingham Arts Journal.
She has written nearly 20 nonfiction books for children, with her most recent book being published by Christian Focus for Kids.
Doraine and her husband, Cliff, live in Columbus, Georgia in a little house with a creek in the back yard and lots of flowers. They have four children, and five grandchildren.
When she’s not writing, Doraine helps with her husband’s counseling practice and is also involved in women’s Bible studies. She enjoys gardening and reading as well as spending time with her grandchildren!