About the Barringers

James and Andrea Barringer are a husband and wife team who both happen to be indie authors, meaning they publish their work independently. They have two children and live in the “Sunshine State.” Their writing styles are quite different from each other, but one thing is for sure; their heads are always in the clouds.

James Barringer

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James Barringer is the author of Born Again and the Dragons of Introvertia series. He’s a teacher at a private Christian school teaching English, math, chorus and even improv. He has a seminary teaching degree and enjoys spending time with his family, playing the guitar at church and trying to scare his wife whenever she enters a room. His writing style is Christian Apologetics for his non-fiction work and optimistic, light-hearted fiction. James began reading at a young age and can devour books at lightning speed. His favorite authors are C.S Lewis, and Tolkein. James is very much an introvert and would be perfectly happy to hang out in a cabin surrounded by mountains and a starry sky.

Andrea Barringer is the author of Into the Trenches and the Brennen series. She is a U.S Army veteran. She enjoys music, painting, reading, writing and most of all just hanging out with her family. Her writing style is more gritty with a focus on strong female protagonists and displaying real life struggles her characters must endure. Andrea loves fiction novels and her favorite authors are J.K Rowling and Andrew Peterson. The beach is her happy place.

A message from James & Andrea

Hi, thanks for coming to check out our website. As independent authors we treasure every single book purchase, KDP download and book review. We love hearing from our readers! If you want to leave us a message you can do so on our Facebook page. If you enjoy any of our books, would you do us the honor of leaving a review on Amazon? Each review helps us immensely and it truly brightens our day. Be blessed!

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