My Guest: Shellie Neumeier

THE  MUSEItUp  Blog  Tour  of Young Adult and Middle Grade authors Continues:

Today we’re welcoming Shellie Neumeier, author of Driven, to share a bit about her life and family and information about her book.

Married for almost 20 years, Shellie and her husband have four wonderful children and two goofy greyhounds.   After receiving her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, she went on to acquire an early childhood education certificate.  Shellie also served in youth, children’s, special needs and family ministries for over twenty-two years.  
Today she enjoys teaching her teens how to drive and chauffeuring her preteens across the Wisconsin countryside. And once in a while, she enjoys reading a classic tale or new suspense. In addition to writing fiction, Shellie is an avid blogger on her site and several others including,, and


Robyn loves her friends, enjoys her youth group, and looks forward to meeting cute Caleb Montague. But when a caustic news reporter challenges her school’s prayer team, Robyn must choose: defend their right to meet on campus and pray for whomever they wish or back down at the principal’s request.

Now she must learn what God wants her to do. And she had better learn fast, because there’s a supernatural enemy in town whose sole mission is to stop her—no matter the cost.

FREE E-GIFTS FROM THE AUTHOR (offered for this blog tour only)—

  • Purchase Driven TODAY and receive a personalized, signed book plate mailed directly to you plus. . .
  • Free signed bookmarks to share with your friendsWHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT Driven

    Driven is a new take on the age old battle of good versus evil.  Gripping from the first page, this is one book you won’t want to put down.

    –Leanna Kay, co-creator of – a place for Christian girls to grow in faith.

    Driven is a breathtaking book of tension, intrigue, and heartwarming emotion. From the moment I began to read until the very last word, I couldn’t put it aside. It held me enthralled!

    –Lindsay Below, author of Head Over Hand-Bought Heels
    Oily creatures of the night are seeking to destroy a group of teens at Brookfield Central High School. Their primary target? A resilient teenage girl who refuses to question her calling. But how much guilt, how much pain, and how much accusation can one human take? Laced with other-worldly plot threads akin to Frank Peretti’s This Present Darkness, Shellie Neumeier’s debut novel inspires followers of Christ to stand strong in God’s calling regardless of tragic circumstances. Along the way she explores tragedy in friendships and the beauty of redemption.
    –Caleb Jennings Breakey, Refining Teen Writers into Rockstars

    In the tradition of This Present Darkness and The Screwtape Letters, Driven pulls back the veil between worlds and reminds us that our struggle is not against flesh and blood but against Satan and his minions. But the journey of Robyn and her friends against both physical and spiritual enemies also illustrates the more exciting truth: that ultimate victory rests with our God.

    –Anne Mateer, author of Wings of Dream, September 2011.
    Contact information

    E-mail:  neumeier(dot)shellie(at)gmail(dot)com

    Book Trailer:


Thank you, Shellie, for stopping by today.

I’m happy to say that I am visiting on Shellie’s website today, as well. After you comment here, go over there and visit with us again.



4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lisa Lickel
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 08:07:04

    Exciting to see you here, Shellie! The book is quite intense, everyone. If you’re looking for a thrilling read (young adult age), Driven will make you remember high school in a whole new light.

    Lisa Lickel


  2. Barbara Ehrentreu
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 09:59:36

    I just saw the book trailer and if the book is anything like it, I think it will be a read on the edge of your seat. I’m interested in how she defeats the demon as I am a big Supernatural fan.:)


  3. Marva Dasef
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 11:49:49

    I agree with Barbara on the book trailer. I’m looking at them more often to form opinions of a book. They don’t have to be flashy or professionally-made, but conveys the story well and makes it sound interesting.


  4. barbarabockman
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 22:56:54

    Hello Lisa, Barbara, and Marva,

    I’m glad you enjoyed reading about Shellie’s exciting book, Driven. Thank you for stopping by.


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