My family is a complicated business, a blended nuclear unit with an extended, intercultural branch. I’m a pretty unlikely daughter-in-law to my Korean in-laws who emigrated to North America in the late 1970s.  I have also realized that I’m an unlikely daughter to the King of Heaven. In accepting the amazing love of these adoptions, I have beheld this marvelous gift called grace.

In my spritual memoir, Mixed: What my intercultural family taught me about awkward laughter and grace, I try to offer a truthful portrait of this family and this spiritual endeavor. My story forages through dysfunctional and intercultural messes to find a beautiful message of faith and acceptance.

This book is represented by Heidi Mitchell at D.C. Jacobson.