How to contact me

April 14, 2009 | 9 comments

Thank you for emailing me! My address is conversiondiary át gmail döt com (replace át and döt with @ and .). Please include the word “blog” somewhere in the subject to make sure your email isn’t marked as spam. Speaking of spam, it’s worth noting that emails from me often end up in people’s spam filters.

Please know that I’m delighted by every note I receive, and I do read every one. However, after recently declaring “email bankruptcy” I realized that there’s simply no way I can respond to all correspondence. I really wish that I could, but unfortunately there’s just not enough time in the day. If you have a question you may want to check out my email FAQ’s and see if your question is answered there.

I say this not to discourage anyone from contacting me, just to let you know that I may not be able to reply.

Also, if you’d like to drop me a line the old fashioned way, you can send me snail mail at:

Jennifer Fulwiler
PO Box 2045
Austin, TX 78768-2045

Thank you for understanding, and I look forward to hearing from you!


  1. Anonymous

    I have just finsished reading your Journey of Faith story at the Catholic magazine "This Rock" and I just want to drop a line to you and your husband and say Congratulations in accepting and being receptive to God's Graces !
    To all of us who strive to be a better person, it is heartwarming to me a fellow Catholic to read such a story .
    Life experience entails choices and choices to decide ,to do good or bad , be it us the laity or the clergy. No one is exempted, even our Popes.


  2. Jen

    I can't believe that I have not come across your website before. You are just the kind of gal I like to read about 🙂 My husband and I are Catholic and we are raising our 3 children in the Catholic faith/school.

    Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog.

    Do you use twitter? I am momto3blessings on twitter.

    I hope to get to know you better and read more on your blog when I have a little more time.

    Have a great afternoon!


  3. Megan H.

    Just wanted to let you know…I stumbled upon your site today and Wow! That was definitely the Holy Spirit guiding me here. The post I read was exactly what I needed today. I have a LOT of catching up to do on reading your posts =) So excited to read up and God bless you for sharing your thoughts with the world.

  4. Randy Beeler

    Of all the Catholic Blogs I've seen, yours and Creative Minority Report are the highest quality.

    But yours is the most authentic–it has a genuine personality. I live down the road in Bryan, TX. You can read my conversion story at my blog:

    I have listed your blog on my roll; if you feel mine meets your standards, please list mine.

    The book that impacted me the most in my journey to the Church is Father Elijah, by Michael D. O'Brien, which you can quickly access from my blog.

  5. lavanna

    Hi, Jennifer.

    Thank you for your sweet note on my blog.

    I attend St. Francis Anglican Church, which follows the 1929 Book of Common Prayer. It is my sanctuary.

    We should meet, don't you think?:)

    ~Lavanna Martin

  6. Anonymous


    I came across your interesting blog. My husband was brought up Catholic and I was brought up agnostic–we have both rubbed off on each other, especially in coping with my being bipolar and losing a daughter to SIDS. You say you are writing in your profile information. Are you working on a book about your experiences? My husband and I are trying to start up a small press (starting with publishing our work) and wondered what your goals are for your writing.

    Take care,
    Melissa Miles McCarter

  7. Blooming Lilacs

    Greetings Jennifer,

    I so appreciate what you share on Conversion Diary. I also share it on my blog at
    I tried to email you but it didn't go through so decided to post here.
    I believe others need to hear what you have to say.
    But then I realized maybe it is not ok to being doing so without your permission.
    I post for others on many of my blogs with no problem and never alter it in anyway to take away from the authors.
    If you would rather I did not share what your writing I will remove it right away.
    I appreciate you getting back to me as soon as you can.
    Emma Rose

  8. Tim

    I really enjoy your blog- I write for blog and teach Catholicism at the high school level- I just gave your blog a plug on facebook- contact me through facebook if you are networking and sharing info- also can you add a feature so that we can share your blogs directly to facebook? thanks- Tim Shipe

  9. Anonymous

    i have enjoyed visiting your site
    i have no religion

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