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The Short Version

Grace McCready is a twenty-something who lives with her parents and two sisters. Although she doesn’t enjoy drinking black coffee, running marathons, or reading books, she does enjoy spending time with her family, chatting with her friends, and watching her favorite TV shows. She graduated from Bryan College with a double major in business administration and communications. Her writing has been published across the web and in print.

The Long Version

Grace McCready has dreamed of being a writer since she was a little girl. From writing picture books as a first grader to writing a short novel as a high school freshman, she grew up wanting to share her stories with the world. She submitted her first story to Christian publisher David C. Cook when she was eleven. She wanted so badly to be a published author, and her dream never died.

Fast forward to her late teens. In 2015, at her parents’ encouragement, Grace started Tizzie’s Tidbits (now Tizzie’s Tidbits of Truth). She named her blog after the nickname that her dad gave her when she was little (“Tizzie”). She wrote very sporadically at first, posting her ramblings on different topics but hoping that her efforts would somehow lead to a book deal. Though she’s not a master blogger now, she did grow in her craft (and in her consistency) over the years.

Today, Grace shares a weekly blog post on Tizzie’s Tidbits of Truth (or TTT for short). Through TTT, she hopes to encourage young women by providing her personal tidbits about the truth of God’s Word in a transparent way. She seeks to reach young women who are struggling in their walk with Jesus by letting them see her own struggles. She is committed to sharing Scriptural truths + her personal experiences to encourage them, inspire them, and remind them that they’re not alone.

Besides managing TTT, Grace is a fulltime administrative assistant for a local company, a blog writer and the Content Manager for Wholehearted Quiet Time, a speaker for young adults and parents, and the author of Real Recovery: What Eating Disorder Recovery Actually Looks Like, which is set to release in early 2022. Find out more about her book here!

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