Elizabeth Byler Younts is the author of Amazon Bestseller and award-winning Seasons: A Real Story of an Amish Girl. This poignant memoir of her Amish grandmother's life opened the door to the Amish Historical Series, The Promise of Sunrise, published by Howard Books/Simon & Schuster. Elizabeth is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America. 

Elizabeth has worked as a Amish and Pennsylvania Dutch consultant for T.V. shows such as Orange is the New Black and Banshee.

Elizabeth was born into an Amish family and after her parents left the church, she grew up among her Amish relatives and continues to speak Pennsylvania Dutch. She lives in Central Pennsylvania with her husband and two daughters.

Represented by: The Natasha Kern Agency

The Rest of the Story

Younts’s Amish background lends authenticity to the tale, informing the real and relatable characters in this fascinating glimpse into an often elided part of America’s history.
— Publisher's Weekly

I am a coffee fanatic. My husband roasts green coffee beans from all over the world in our garage. I drink it rich and black. Kenya AA with a city roast...fabulous.

Younts’ characters radiate lifelike warmth, and religious faith is woven seamlessly into their honest struggles. This deeply moving read reveals the truth about that era’s state hospitals, treatment of unwed mothers, and prejudice toward Amish conscientious objectors.
— Booklist

As much as I love coffee I am also a pretty big fan of tea. I love blending my own brews and currently Vanilla Jasmine is my favorite.

One of the highlights of my day is reading aloud to my daughters...especially around the dinner table after my husband has come home from work. 

I love watching Project Runway, Downton Abby, and Golden Girl reruns. 

Seamlessly blending historical content with fiction, the author takes a heartfelt glance at loss, renewal, and forgiveness. In fact, Younts’ personal insight into Amish life continues to distinguish her in the well-populated genre; her characters are more dimensional and relatable than many.
— Romantic Times

I'm almost always cold and I'm asking for an electric blanket for Christmas this year.

I believe that housekeeping is the troll that lives under the bridge.