Gina Prosch grew up in the rural Missouri countryside, where vacations were scarce, but adventuring was as easy as picking up a book. She traveled extensively throughout the Midwest Laura Ingalls and her family. She also had a promising career as a junior detective helping Nancy Drew and friends solve all their most important cases.
When the time for college came, Gina took more literary advice and headed West, first by way of Nebraska and then Wyoming where she received undergraduate and graduate degrees in English.
Following graduation, she traded in the solace of open spaces for the kudzu and magnolias of South Carolina to teach in the English Department at Presbyterian College. After nearly ten years in the South, she and her husband, Richard, pulled up stakes, and returned Missouri to pursue a creative, entrepreneurial lifestyle together.
Today, Gina is a successful creative and entrepreneur who has been self-employed for more than twenty years. She’s also a busy homeschool mom who gets her literature fix on by sharing the classics with high school aged home educated students.
She lives and her family live in central Missouri in the house her grandparents built. In her off hours, she enjoy poking through antique shops, gardening, and hand piecing and quilting.