Eileen Bridgeman Biernat is a graduate of St. Mary’s University, Minneapolis, Minnesota with a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology. She holds an undergraduate BA in Psychology and Written Communications from Augsburg College.
Ms. Biernat has studied extensively with other writers at the nationally recognized Loft Writing Center in MN.
She and her husband of 44 years Joe are retired and live in New Brighton, Minnesota, and have two adult children Dr. Joseph Biernat, DC, and Bridget Biernat Earl, and three grandchildren, Madelyn Biernat, ten years old, Logan Earl eight years old, Jake Earl, 18 months old and Elizabeth Marie Earl 3 months old. Happy to announce that another grandchild is expected in May 2014 (congrats Joe, Michelle and Madelyn)!
In 2010 Eileen published her first book, “Stalking Mary” a true crime story of one man’s fifteen-year obsession with his High School Algebra teacher – her kidnapping and the murder of a young child who witnessed the kidnapping. Published by Beaver’s Pond Press February 1, 2010. www.stalkingmary.com
Stalking Mary was chosen by ABC Primetime Television and made into an hour-long 20/20 feature entitled “Mind Games” televised in June, 2010.
A psychological thriller – loosely based on the bizarre murder of Laci Peterson and her unborn baby Connor by Laci's husband Scott Peterson who is on death row in California.
In this thriller, I pose the question, "What would happen if a happily pregnant woman discovers horrific patterns of behavior in her husband's ancestors, and suspects that she and her baby might succomb to deadly family traditions."