Meet Bonnie S. Johnston!

Bonnie Johnston

Bonnie lives with her husband Frank Miller in Mason, Ohio, and is a retired English professor and former Director of the Writing Lab at the Blue Ash branch of University of Cincinnati. A lifelong interest in genealogy research led her to discovering fascinating tales of her ancestors, especially women.

At retirement, she decided to pursue an historical novel about one of her ancestors, a German immigrant wife, involved in a tragic event rarely described, the massacre at Fort Seybert in West Virginia, occurring before the Revolutionary War. Bonnie’s hobby and research provides her with numerous subjects for future historical novels.

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2 Responses to Meet Bonnie S. Johnston!

  1. Janet Plummer says:

    So proud of you Bonnie. Can’t wait for my e-book to enjoy your interest and work.

  2. Linda Kump says:

    Bonnie, I am Linda Lucetta Mallow Kump, a descendant of Michael Mallow from Upper Tract, Pendleton Co WV. A cousin sent me a copy of the article about you and the book from the Pendleton times. I am very interested in the family genealogy as I have done a little my self. Looking forward to reading your novel.

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