Many of the members of the Working Writer’s Club are speakers as well as authors and freelance writers.
Allie Casey is a professional speaker, coach, and author of Misunderstood! The Fast Guide to Communicating at Work–What to Say, How to Say It and When to Shut Up
and co-author of The Gratitude Book Project—Celebrating 365 Days of Gratitude
Allie helps entrepreneurs and employees gain self-confidence, earn credibility and learn the composure to communicate with ease and effectiveness. She tackles communication snafus in the workplace–whether you’re talking inter-personal communication or making presentations – because that’s where people spend the most time.
Kate Copsey is a Master Gardener and Corporate Gypsy who enjoys giving presentations to a variety of groups. Topics range from general gardening such as pruning, low maintenance gardens, containers and heirlooms to historical topics such as knot gardens, Victory gardens and general history of gardens. Rejuvenating the garden shrubs and workshops are also available. Visit www.katecopsey.com
for a full line of topics to entertain your group.
Wendy Dewar Hughes
Wendy Dewar Hughes writes award-winning inspirational suspense novels set in contemporary times. Her fiction inspires and entertains readers with compelling plots, fascinating characters and a sprinkling of satisfying romance; page-turning fiction that is fast-paced and exciting with sparks of humour where least expected.
This author is not afraid to explore the deeper questions of the spiritual life: How do I hear God’s voice? Why do bad things continue to ruin people’s lives? Does the Bible really have anything to tell us about how to live today?
She also writes non-fiction on spiritual topics as in her book, Turning on the Light – Finding Your Sweet Place in the Spirit.
As well as being an author, Wendy Dewar Hughes is a book mentor and writing coach. Her company, Summer Bay Press, offers writing programs designed to help writers complete book projects quickly. She is also a professional artist and graphic designer who creates custom-designed book covers, interior book design and e-book formatting.
Wendy Dewar Hughes also licenses her art work which appears on products that are sold throughout the world.
Suzanne Lieurance is the author of 24 published books, a freelance writer, and the Working Writer’s Coach. She is also founder and president of the Working Writer’s Club. Lieurance enjoys speaking at schools, libraries, bookstoes, and at writer’s conferences. Visit her author website at www.suzannelieurance.com
for more information and a list of presentation topics.
John Littlefield is a former Air Force and airline pilot recently involved with donating time and resources to charitable causes. For many years he served as an Angel Flight pilot volunteering to transport critically ill patients to and from treatment centers. Through that service he realized the infinite need existing for so many people in American culture – “Angel Flight made me grow up,” he says.
Angel Flight (recently renamed Grace Flight) is a nation-wide charitable organization of people who assist those in need to deal with their medical condition. Littlefield’s company, Logan Productions, LLC, produced a video to assist in recruitment of resources for Angel Flight’s operation. The video production activity led his company to other individuals and groups who regularly donate time and money to help others. Littlefield’s second book, Meet America, Stories of the Great American Culture, is a compilation of tales taken from the video series. The book is sold with a DVD containing 4 stories from the book. The stories center on the energy, ingenuity and generosity of the American People and are from all areas of the country- Maine to Alaska.
Rolland Love is the author of award winning short stories, novels, a best selling computer book and a co-author of Homegrown in the Ozarks: Mountain Meals and Memories
, a cookbook that was a finalist for best book of the year in Missouri. He created and presents workshops on journaling, writing, storytelling, life history for children and senior adults. He is a speaker, has appeared on talk shows, been interviewed by the Kansas City Star
, and other publications have written stories about his Mark Twain writing style.
Rolland is a board member with the Lewis and Clark Historic Kaw Point Park, an environmental group. He was a reenactor with the Lewis and Clark bicentennial expedition and played the role of Silas Goodrich, expert fisherman. He created a workshop about the adventure which he presents to schools, libraries, retirement centers, civic groups …
Love co-founded a company that published a software series dealing with health education for young adults. He also directed the Respiratory Care department at Barnes Hospital, a twelve hundred bed teaching institution affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis.
Rolland is available as a speaker and presents workshops about his Lewis and Clark adventure, life stories workshop imastory.com, children’s writing, story telling and outdoor adventures. ozarkstories.com Email: [email protected] – 913-831-1909
Invite multi-award winning children’s author, Donna M. McDine to your school for a fun day of hands-on workshops. Prior to Donna’s school visit, she will meet with you in-person or discuss via telephone your curriculum and how best to structure the workshop around your state guidelines.
Dacia L. Moore, MA., LPC, NCC, the President and Founder of Second Wind Counseling & Consulting, LLC, is a Professional Counselor, Life Coach and former host of the weekly radio talk show “The Dacia Moore Show” Dacia has a Masters Degree in Counseling and Guidance (MA) from Webster University, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Missouri and a National Board Certified Counselor (NCC). Dacia also has her Biblical Counseling Certification from the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and is a member of the national and local chapter of the American Counseling Association (ACA). She is an active member of Sheffield Family Life Center Assembly of God.
Dacia gives numerous local, regional and national seminars and has written several published articles. She is also an adjunt professor at Webster University in the Counseling Department. Dacia has worked with individuals & families for the last 15 years, and would like to help you get your “SECOND WIND.”
Find out more about her programs and presentations at www.daciamoore.com and www.secondwindcc.com.
Dorit Sasson, a New York City native, is a teachers’ teacher with over sixteen years of professional experience in teacher education in multicultural classroom settings. She is an ESL educator and a freelance writer. Having taught English to Israeli schoolchildren for more than 12 years, Sasson is uniquely experienced to help teachers understand the challenges of integrating diverse students. She offers a variety of workshops and customized in-service to schools, community colleges, universities, and other organizations that want to enhance success and advancement for teachers.