I decided to be an author at age five, and I haven’t changed my mind yet. Books are still the things I love most in the world, and though in recent years my interests have expanded to helping others hone their writing skills to express their stories, my true passion lies in spinning my own tales.
Grace Reed recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in creative writing, a minor in Spanish, and a certificate in editing and publishing from Washington State University, where she was a member of the Honors College. She has been a Fulbright Summer Institute Participant, a mentor consultant and class facilitator at the Undergraduate Writing Center on campus, and a managing intern for the online journal The Palouse Review. Grace is still a mentor consultant at the Writing Center, in addition to working on her first novel and some personal writing projects.