Interview with Deb Butterfield

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Meet Debra Butterfield, the Motivational Editor and Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference workshop leader. 

Debra is the author of the new Writer’s Workshop booklet series Working with an Editor Book 1, from Brooklet Press (an imprint of CrossRiver Media Group), Abba’s Promise, and Carried by Grace: a Guide for Mothers of Victims of Sexual Abuse. Her magazine credits include CBN.com, Susie, Live, The Vision, and On Course online. She is a freelance editor as well as an editor for CrossRiver Media Group publishing.

What do you see as the greatest take away from your workshop and why. Who will get the most out of your workshop? Attendees will learn to explore point of view rather than automatically giving that role to the protagonist. New to intermediate writers will get the most benefit.

If you could share only one piece of information/tip/encouragement with a writer, what would it be? Stay focused on God throughout your journey in life and in writing.

What would you like conference attendees to know about you? Maybe something that would help them feel comfortable approaching you. I am as excited to meet them as they are to meet me. I’m at the conference to help them grow and I can’t do that if they avoid me.

Connect with Debra on her Website  Facebook  Twitter  Newsletter

Working with an Editor Book 1 will be on the shelves before you know it.

In the meantime, check out Debra’s other books on her book page.

 

Click HERE to get more information about our 2017 conference and to register now.

Angela D. Meyer

Angela D. Meyer

Angela D. Meyer lives in NE with her husband and two children whom they homeschool - recently graduating their son. She has taught Bible class for over 35 years and is on the leadership team of her local Christian writers group. She loves God, her family, the ocean, good stories, connecting with friends, taking pictures, quiet evenings and a good laugh. Someday she wants to ride in a hot air balloon and vacation by the sea.
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