Debra is the author of Carried by Grace: a Guide for Mothers of Victims of Sexual Abuse. She has contributed to numerous anthologies as well as magazines that include CBN.com, Susie, Live, The Vision, and On Course online. She is a freelance editor and the editor for CrossRiver Media Group publishing. She lives in Missouri.
At the 2016 conference Debra will be leading the Making Scrivener Work for You workshop. This is a workshop for the beginning and intermediate Scrivener user. Attendees will learn the basics of importing files and creating documents as well as how to personalize the Binder and labels, use the Inspector, take snapshots to preserve their work, and more.
Our recent interview with Debra.
KAT: How did you get into writing?
DEBRA: I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was a preteen. As an adult I tried to do a correspondence about writing for children, but life got in the way. It wasn’t until I was 45 years old that I began to pursue a career in writing by applying for and gaining a junior copywriter position with Focus on the Family.
KAT: What do you see as the greatest take away from your workshop and why?
DEBRA: Realizing the great flexibility of Scrivener and how you can mold it into the best platform for all your writing projects.
KAT: Who will get the most out of your workshop?
DEBRA: Beginning to intermediate users of Scrivener.
KAT: If you could share only one piece of information with a writer, what would it be?
DEBRA: Write, write, write, because that is how you’ll discover your voice.
KAT: What are you working on now?
DEBRA: I’m working on a novella about an unassuming little country church, the people who find refuge there during a blizzard, and the miracle of faith that God provides for the weary travelers.
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