Author, speaker and mom of four, Paula Moldenhauer has published over 300 times in non-fiction markets. Her first novella, “You’re a Charmer Mr. Grinch,” included in the inspirational romance collection, Postmark Christmas, was a Carol Award finalist, and her first historical novel, Titanic: Legacy of Betrayal, continues to earn five star reviews. Once a public school teacher, Paula loves helping others learn to write. Visit her at www.PaulaMoldenhauer.com.
Course: Creating Believable Characters
J. Christine Richards, (Chris) editor and vice-president of Written World Communications, finds joy in speaking to and working with local writing groups and nationwide conferences. Her passion is to encourage and support writers, especially new ones as they improve their writing skills and walk the path to getting published. She is the founder of WAY – Words And Youth.
She is a member and former officer of South Denver Chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers and Words for the Journey Christian Writers Guild. As an author, she writes suspense, devotions, short stories and educational materials. Her website is http://passingthequill.com/.
Course: Discovering the Plot
Mike Daniels has been in the publishing business for the last two decades working with publishers and authors nationwide. As the Great Plains Territory Manager for Four Colour Print Group, Mike consults with authors and publishers with the book production and design. As a publishing coach, Mike guides clients through the publishing process, providing direction, connections and creative insight to reach their targeted goals. Mike is a published author (Living, Loving and Loathing: Modern Rhymes and Limericks for the Romantically Inclined and Humorously Correct). His other accomplishments are: Director of Public Affairs for the Colorado Civil Air Patrol, Editor of Peaks & Planes magazine , past President of the Colorado Independent Publishers Association, recipient of the CIPA Leadership Award and the Ric Simmons Memorial Life Vest Award, current President of the CIPA Education and Literacy Foundation, currently serving on CIPA’s Board of Directors, a contributing writer for A Sheltered Life Magazine, a Rotarian of the Year. Mike holds an MPA in Non-profit Organization Management from the University of Colorado and Harvard. You can reach him at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike will be serving on the Let’s Get Published Panel
N. Paul Williams is a horror writer who specializes in thinking outside the box. The denizens of his mind include a vampire puppet that manipulates its masters, a lycanthropic priest, a director out to ruin his own career, a bogeyman academy, a psycho clown who stands sentinel in the portal between this world and the gates of hell, and a carnival of lost souls found. His other creative exploits include puppetry, songwriting, scripts, haunted houses, short stories, and the general insanity of seeing the world from a completely different point of view.
Course: The Hero’s Journey
Tracy Sockriter, from Elizabeth, CO is the Executive Editor of Written World Communications for Children’s imprints, including Starsongs Magazine (a magazine for children and by children ages 9 – 19). Wife to her knight, Bill, mother of 5, grandmother of 4, she has spent her last 9 years homeschooling her three youngest children. Tracy has worked in ministry both as Children’s Director and Awana T&T director.
She is a current member of the South Denver chapter of the American Christian Fiction Writer’s (ACFW) group and attends Words for the Journey writer’s guild when she’s not blogging, homeschooling or otherwise being the Mom.
Robbie Iobst is a transplanted Texan, award-winning speaker and author. Her nonfiction work includes the devotional Joy Dance as well as numerous articles, including eight credits in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Robbie lives in Centennial, Colorado with her husband and son. Cecilia Jackson’s Last Chance is her debut novel.
Robbie will be serving on the Let’s Get Published Panel