Sandi Gwen Rog
Sandi Rog was born in Corvallis, Oregon on January 8, 1971.
In addition to being a busy mother and dealing with serious health problems through the years, Sandi has become a successful author.
In 2005 "Walks Alone" won first place in the West Virginia Writers Novel Competion.
She won the Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award in 2011 for "The Master's Wall" and in 2012 for "Yahshua's Bridge".
In addition to her novels, in which Christian faith plays a crucial role, her short stories and articles have appeared in Christian Woman Magazine, Affaire de Coeur, Sister Triangle, The Rocky Mountain Christian and Writer's Digest. She has also written children's stories and has given writing workshops at schools.
She has been a guest speaker at Christian ladies' retreats both in the United States and Europe.
After having lived in Holland for thirteen years, she now lives in her home state of Colorado with her husband and four children.