Michelle Medlock Adams

Michelle Medlock Adams is an inspirational speaker, a best-selling author, and an award-winning journalist, earning top honors from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Hoosier State Press Association to name a few.
Author of over 100 books with more than 3 million books sold, Michelle is also a New York Times Bestselling ghostwriter and has won more than 90 industry awards for her own journalistic endeavors, including the prestigious 2023 ECPA Gold Medallion Book of the Year for her children’s book, Our God is Bigger Than That! Her work has also been honored by the Christian Market Book Awards, the AWSA Golden Scrolls, the Selah Book Awards, the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, Christianity Today, and the Illumination Book Awards in multiple categories, to name a few.

Since graduating with a journalism degree from Indiana University, Michelle has written more than 1,700 articles for newspapers, magazines, and websites; acted as a stringer for the Associated Press; written for a worldwide ministry; hosted “Joy In Our Town” for the Trinity Broadcasting Network; blogged twice weekly for Guideposts; founded and served as president of Platinum Literary Services; and served as an adjunct professor at Taylor University. Today, she is the owner and editor of her very own children’s book imprint “Wren & Bear Books”—a division of End Game Press; and a much sought-after speaker at professional writing conferences and women’s retreats all over the United States.  When not working on her own assignments, Michelle ghostwrites articles, blog posts, and books for celebrities, politicians, and some of today’s most effective and popular ministers.

Michelle is celebrating her recent releases: Our God is Bigger Than That!, Love Connects Us All, The Christmas Devotional and Fly High.
Michelle is married to her high school sweetheart, Jeff, and they have two daughters, Abby and Allyson, two sons-in-law, four granddaughters and two grandsons. She and Jeff share their home in Southern Indiana with two diva dachshunds, and two spoiled kitties. When not writing or teaching writing, Michelle enjoys bass fishing, cheering on Indiana University sports teams, watching Doris Day movies, and all things leopard print.